Monthly Archives: July 2011

Downtime – By Scott O’Donnel

Normally when you hear the word “downtime” it means something good. Something relaxing. You might hear, “Hey, I’ve got some downtime, I’m going to sit on the porch and have a brew.” You may have used the word yourself when … Continue reading

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Sight-Fishing for Redfish in the Lagoons – By Jon B. Cave

RIO Pro Jon Cave writes about fishing for Redfish and Seatrout in their lagoonal habitats. He provides many great tips – from flies to technique to gear that works.

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Dancing in the Dark with Tarpon – By Sarah Gardner

In this post, Capt. Sarah Gardner recalls an an usual, but fun and rewarding, experience of fishing for tarpon at night in the Florida Keys.

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Handling Fish for a Photograph – By Barry Beck

Handling a fish after a fight is very important to the health and survival of the fish. When you want to snap a few ‘grip and grin” shots, how you approach this become critical. This week, Barry Beck shares his … Continue reading

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