Sunday Classic / Careful Where You Point That Thing

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TOOTHY AND GENERALLY ILL TEMPERED, BARRACUDA ARE A BLAST TO CATCH ON THE FLY. Their vicious attack is almost unbelievable to watch. My buddy Andrew Bennett holds a nice one here for a sub-surface hero shot. The Bahamians eat them. Barracuda are generally not edible because they...

The Winston B3 Plus, Is this A Turning Point?

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I have loved Winston fly rods since I cast one for the first time, but this is something completely different. I just got my hands on a Winston B3 Plus 11 weight and took it to the Florida Keys for tarpon. I only own a couple...

Saturday Shoutout / Tarpon Fishing is a Joke

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Some days it’s all about keeping your sense of humor. Anyone who has fished for tarpon will relate to this great piece of writing from Amberjack Journal. When you’re up against the silver king, some days you’re the kid and some days you’re the clown. And...

The Avalon Fly- Video

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Wherever you find permit, you’ll find the Avalon. This innovative crab pattern is a staple in most saltwater boxes. The Avalon made its name as a permit fly but it works well for bonefish and likely many other saltwater species. It has a life-like action and...

Sunday Classic / Gullywash

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Watch the video and learn how to make Bahamian Gullywash. It is no overstatement to say that tasty alcoholic beverages are an important part of Bahamian culture and I'm a firm believer in the old adage, "When in Rome do as the Romans do." With that in...