Small Stream, Big Reward

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By Jason Tucker Spring has sprung, and if you listen closely you can hear the rumble of fly anglers prepping their gear for trout fishing. Trout seasons will be opening very soon if not already. We’re all looking forward to warmer temps, fly hatches, and trout looking...



Twelve O’clock, Forty Feet

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By Jason Tucker I STAND IN WHITE-SNOW SAND AND WATER, THE SUN SHINING WEAKLY DOWN FROM A BLUE SKY MUTED BY HAZE HIGH IN ANOTHER ATMOSPHERE REMOVED FROM THE ONE I BREATHE, SCANNING BELOW ME AN ATMOSPHERE LIKEWISE FOREIGN, SEARCHING FOR SHADOWS WHICH THEMSELVES SEARCH FOR THE SCUTTLING,...



Getting the Big Picture On Brook Trout

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By Jason Tucker I recently read an article on brook trout, about what beautiful delicate gems they are. It’s true for a lot of us that brook trout are a small, colorful, feisty reward for a day’s fishing. They are often some of the smallest fish we...



Saturday Shoutout / SCOF On The Moon

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This issue of Southern Culture On The Fly goes Lunar. I’m especially proud to have my photos share the page with a great story by my good friend Jason Tucker, titled “Brook Trout On The Moon.”  “They say there are brook trout on the moon. Neil Armstrong...



My Experience At The G&G Bonefish School

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By Jason Tucker I could not have been more shocked to find myself in the Bahamas than if my spaceship had crashed there. The call came on Thursday. “Can you go to the Bahamas for a week?” “When?” “We leave Saturday.” I checked with my employer, girlfriend and bank...