The Sharp End of the Boat

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By David Grossman LOOKING BACK ON MY FEW SUCCESSES AND MANY FAILURES, THE THIN LINE BETWEEN THE TWO WAS USUALLY MENTAL. There are plenty of folks more qualified to talk about knots, casting, tides, and the thousands of other factors that go into becoming a proficient saltwater...

The V Grip Haul

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IN THE LAST VIDEO OF OUR ULTIMATE LINE SPEED SERIES BRUCE IS GOING TO TURBO CHARGE YOUR DOUBLE HAUL BY APPLYING THE "V GRIP" TO YOUR LINE HAND. Again, this is seriously advanced technique and it's going to take practice. However, if you can master and...

When your fly is there, be aware!

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I've touched on this before but it occurs to me that the subject needs more attention. Quite possibly the most important thing in fly fishing is situational awareness. That is, knowing what your fly is doing in relation to it's surroundings. Surroundings like current, structure, light,...

Change The Retrieve Not The Fly

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By Louis Cahill We’ve all been there, the fish follow the fly, they look, they chase, but they don’t eat. I was talking the other day with one of the anglers joining me for a week of bonefishing on South Andros. He was tying flies, and like...

8 Tips For Catching Bonefish in The Worst Conditions

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"There ain't no fun without the sun." If you've done any bonefishing at all, you've probably heard that expression. Short of a full on tropical storm, there's nothing worse than a dark windy day for bonefishing. It makes finding fish nearly impossible. Cloudy days turn the surface...