Sunday Classic / The Clearing Cast And Ready Position

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I spent a week in the keys recently, with my good friend Capt Joel Dickey . We made a series of videos to help you out with your salt water presentations. The first is on the clearing cast and the ready position. The next two are...

The Bigger the Tail the Bigger the Bonefish

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I know, you’re probably thinking, “it’s Monday, and there should be a long detailed post written on Gink & Gasoline, right”? That’s usually the case, but today’s post only requires a short paragraph of words to get the point across, and pay close attention everyone, because...

Wind in Saltwater is Your Friend Not Your Enemy

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Its 6:30am in the morning when we arrive at the boat launch in Big Pine Key, FL. Within minutes of stepping out of the car the stagnant humid air begins to suffocate my body. The North Georgia mountain weather that I've grown so accustomed to, feels...

4 Tips For Stocking Bonefish Flies

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If you're planning your first bonefish adventure it's really important that you stock your saltwater fly box with a well rounded selection of fly patterns. Although bonefish aren't known for being super selective feeders, stocking the right flies and knowing which pattern to fish in different...

Saturday’s Shoutout / Lo Fi Fly in Cuba

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This week’s Saturday shoutout goes to Lo Fi Fly, for an interesting piece that’s lie-free from a recent fly fishing trip to Cuba. Lo Fi Fly – Chuck T’s, the Woodsman, Cajones & The Tarmbada Here’s what I like about this post from Lo Fi...