Sunday Classic / 3 Tips for Tarpon Fishing at Dusk

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Tarpon fishing at dusk, is probably one of the toughest times of the day for a saltwater fly fisherman to get a hook up. With the sun low in the horizon, it puts 80% or more of the water in complete glare. The only good...

Don’t Keep Staring in One Place if You’re Seeing Nada

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"IT'S VERY RARE THAT ANY TWO PEOPLE, MUCH LESS A GUIDE AND CLIENT, WILL SEE EYE TO EYE" My recent trip to the Bahamas, fly fishing for bonefish at the wonderful Andros South Lodge, I got a chance to work out a bunch of kinks in...

2 Lessons I Learned from My Bahamian Guide

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Most of you know that Louis and I recently spent a week in paradise fly fishing for bonefish in the Bahamas at Andros South Lodge. It was an amazing trip, providing me by far the best bonefishing of my life. I gained a wealth of...

Getting Started In Saltwater Fly Fishing

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By Owen Plair Saltwater Fly fishing is sort of like the X-Games of Fly Fishing. Not only are you catching bigger fish in saltwater but the fish that you are targeting fight a hell of a lot harder than most freshwater fish! Whether it's a 150 lb...

A Short Quick Cast

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By Bruce Chard MANY FLY ANGLERS THINK, IN ORDER TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN THE SALT, YOU NEED TO HAVE A GREAT DISTANCE CAST. That can be true on a calm day when all fly anglers struggle to add another 5-10ft on their cast. But in reality the...