The Reward of Finding and Catching Fish All on Your Own

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Being a guide, it's safe to say that I'm a little biased when it comes to how valuable I feel having a guide on hand is for the average fly angler. Most of us don't have the time with our busy work schedules to spend...

Sunday Classic / Better Posture For Line Speed

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REMEMBER WHEN YOUR MOTHER TOLD YOU TO STAND UP STRAIGHT? Yeah, forget all that. Posture matters but so few people think about the basics, like how they stand when they cast. The basics are exactly what makeup great casting technique so today Bruce is going to...

Fly Fishing: Salt Life Isn’t Always Fair

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MY PREVIOUS FISHING TRIP TO THE SALT REMINDED ME LIFE IS NOT ALWAYS FAIR Wool socks and thermals on, fleece on top of that, buff raised high on the nose, I battened down the hatches on my final layer of protection, my rain jacket and pants....

Sunday Classic / Saltwater Fly Fishing: Don’t Get Mad, Get Even

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Five long years had past, since I'd last set foot on a flats boat in the Florida Keys. After my previous trip, I had left the keys vowing to not return, until I was a more capable saltwater fly fisherman. Good news for me, a...

A Tight Line Presentation is Key in Saltwater Fly Fishing

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SLACK IS NOT YOUR FRIEND. When fly fishing in saltwater, keeping the slack out of the system is job one. Slack can cause missed fish, long distance release and even refusals. A tight line is key at every stage of the process, but many anglers overlook...