Small Wonder, Middle Georgia’s Shoal Bass

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By Justin Pickett THE SETTING SUN IS WARM AT MY BACK AS I STAND AT THE REAR OF MY JEEP. I slip on my guard socks and wrench down on my boots until I’m happy with the fit. No need for waders today. The deep south humidity...

Concentration, Relaxation and Communication Equal Better Bonefishing

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By Louis Cahill Concentration, Relaxation and Communication. I wish I could claim those words. I'm quoting Jose Sands, bonefish guide at Andros South Bonefish Lodge. That was his answer when I asked what he thought was the key to successful bonefishing. As usual, he nailed it. Plenty of...

5 Tips For Better Dry Fly Fishing From Ronnie Hall

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There are few things more rewarding than a wary trout rising to a dry fly. Seriously, who doesn't love fooling fish on a dry fly? Rising fish are like puzzles waiting to be solved and when they are, the angler is rewarded with one of the...

I’ll Have The Fish

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Is Aquiculture Wrong? I got into a discussion with a friend the other day that put a burr under my saddle. We were talking about what fish is OK to eat and what isn't. Not in the way that I refuse to eat a catfish from...

Cobia on the Fly

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By Owen Plair ONE THING I ABSOLUTELY DESPISE ABOUT THE SPRING IS POLLEN. It seems like every time I wash the skiff, in just a matter of minutes it's tainted by the yellow crap we call a sign of spring. There is one thing, and one thing...