Sunday Classic / What To Tie and What To Buy

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I should be sleeping. Oh man, that would feel good, it's been a while. I'm flying to Colorado tomorrow. I wouldn't be home today if a crown hadn't fallen out of my mouth. This would have been the third trip in a row with only one...

Baby Tarpon Slam Fest

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By Bruce Chard IT'S FALL IN THE FLORIDA KEYS AND THE EXCITEMENT BUILDS EARLY IN THE MORNING ON THE WAY TO THE BOAT RAMP. Its 83 degrees and still pitch dark outside. The AC in the truck is trying to cut through the high humidity. You can...

Saturday Shoutout / Feather Bender

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By Carter Lyles SIMPLE EASY FLIES FOR TROUT When I first checked out the blog, The Feather Bender, I noticed that a good portion of Barry Clarke’s posts was tutorials on tying classic, highly productive flies. This is a great blog site for the beginner fly tier. The Feather...

Saturday Shoutout / The One Fly

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By Carter Lyles FOR THE INTERMEDIATE-EXPERT FLY TIER These Europeans have their flies down to a needlepoint. Some of the best fly tiers in the world come from Europe. For example, a German born fly fishing enthusiast, Holger Lachmann’s fly fishing blog, The One Fly, provides viewers...

Garners Twisted Whistler

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SOMETIMES TO CATCH BIG STRIPED BASS YOU HAVE TO DO SOMETHING TWISTED. Garner Reid is back and he's opening up his fly box to share part of his arsenal. When you guide for the toughest of freshwater predators, you have to be prepared to do what...