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...



Dial In Your Dry Fly Game

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By Jason Tucker Dry fly fishing is all at once the foundation, Holy Grail, and most difficult aspect of fly fishing. In a bygone day, fly fishing meant using a dry fly. Now it has come to encompass many things, including drifting nymphs under a bobber, or...



Matching the Hatch With Streamers

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By Louis Cahill Imitation and presentation, even with streamers. It was a bluebird day and we were launching the boat about 9 AM. No need to get moving any earlier with the chilly morning and the generation schedule. We’d run shuttle and be on the water at...



How To Catch A Trophy Brown Trout

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by Jason Tucker I'll never forget my first brown trout over 20 inches. It was about 1:30 am after a very long float down a tiny stream. It had been a slow night with only a couple half-hearted tugs on our mouse imitations. We got down to...



You Are Not Ready for Bonefish

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By Jason Tucker “Jason, give me a cast, tight to the mangroves, forty feet.” This from my guide, Harlon, who is working his ass off poling the skiff in a howling wind and stiff current while I stand on the bow staring holes into the water. “Three o’clock,...