Practice Makes Permit

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TODAY WE HEAR FROM ANOTHER NEW G&G CONTRIBUTOR. Bruce Chard likely needs no introduction. You've seen and heard him many times on G&G, but now its official. We are proud to have Bruce a regular contributor on all things saltwater. Photo by Louis Cahill Photo by Louis Cahill NO...

Aquamarine, A Permit Tale

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"Now! Now is the time! Hurry!" I am perched on the bow of a rocking Hell's Bay Waterman, on the flats of Abaco, squinting through my bifocals and trying in vain to find the opening in a figure 8 knot. I've cut off six different crab...

There’s No Such Thing As A Bad Perm

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YOU KNOW WHAT THEY SAY. THERE ARE NO SMALL PERMS. Just perms, and big perms. Happy perms and happy clouds. If you can't catch perms, you can always drink. Here's Bob Ross to teach you how! http://vimeo.com/32582348 The Bob Ross Drinking Game...

The Permit Story

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By Louis Cahill Stop me if you’ve heard this one, and if you’ve spent any time fly fishing salt water, you have. I was talking with my buddy Bruce Chard yesterday. Thank God for living vicariously through my friends! Since I’ve been dealing with multiple eye surgeries,...

10 Tips For Spotting Permit

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PERHAPS THE LOFTIEST GOAL IN FLY FISHING IS CATCHING A PERMIT. Maybe it's not your thing but if there truly is a fish of ten-thousand casts, it's the permit. There is enough to catching permit to fill a bookshelf or magazine rack. It's a complicated game,...