Saturday Shoutout / Tough Love

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Photo by Louis Cahill

Photo by Louis Cahill

Mike Sepelak learns a lesson about bonefishing and getting your head right.

Not the first guy to learn a life lesson from bonefish guide Torrie Bevins, and surely not the last. This is a great storie about turning a tough day into a magical one. A lesson we can all use from time to time.

Take a few minutes and walk a sand felt with Mike. If you’ve always wanted to try bonefishing, or need some help with your game, join me on the G&G bonefish school. We’ve got you covered.

Read “TOUGH LOVE,” by Mike Sepelak.

Louis Cahill
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2 thoughts on “Saturday Shoutout / Tough Love

  1. Thanks for the shout, Louis! I fished with Torrie three times that week – a quirk of scheduling the rotation of fishing partners – and twice with Josie. Doesn’t get much better than that.

  2. What a great story, brings back a lot of memories. Fact is there is a learning curve to bonefishing, as there is in everything we do in life. Wading on my own is what I like to do, for many reasons. You learn a lot about the environment, the creatures that live there and how your presence interacts and affects their behavior. And I dare say, have plenty of time to reflect on ones own life and the pure joy that walking a bonefish flat on your own brings. If you are walking solely for the purpose of catching a fish, you are missing about 80% of the wonderment. Your story took me back probably twenty years, metaphorically I’ve “walked many flats” in my life. Sometimes it is best to be on the front of the boat, sometimes it’s better to be alone.

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