Fishing Fast

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By Owen Plair There are a lot of situations where fishing fast is the difference in getting an eat or the fish not seeing your fly. Either because the fish is very close to the boat, or moving at an angle where you only get one...

New And Exciting Bahamas Bonefishing Trip

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WITH ALL OF THE CONTROVERSY SURROUNDING THE BAHAMAS LATELY, I'M EXCITED TO SHARE SOME GOOD NEWS! I'LL BE HOSTING A TRIP TO THE FAMED ABACO LODGE, MARCH 15-22, 2016! This week promises to be pretty amazing. The fishery surrounding Abaco is revered as one of the...

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...

Making the Best of Bad Conditions

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by Johnny Spillane Saltwater fly fishing is totally dependent on conditions. Recently I flew down to Orlando for the IFTD/ICAST show and I decided to fly in a day early and spend some time in the saltwater with my good friend Scott Harkins, who works for Simms,...

Poonfroggin

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It's already plenty warm by 6:00 AM. The hot pink band hugging the horizon and lighting up the water foreshadows the brain-baking heat that will be here any minute. It's going to be another brutally calm day in the Florida Keys. We're poling quietly down the...