Tag Archives: Bonefish

Inagua Flats Fishing

When it comes to testing lines Marlin Roush, one of the mad scientists at RIO, is never shy about hopping on a plane for some corner of the globe to go testing.  

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Crooked Island, by Capt. Sarah Gardner

Capt. Sarah Gardner and Brian Horsley just returned from a bonefish jaunt on Crooked Island. In this weeks video blog, check out some fun bonefishing footage from some place much warmer than most of the country right now!

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Bonefish & Beginners, By Capt. Sarah Gardner

MONDAY I was up way before the 4:30 am alarm and jumped on van transport from hotel to Norfolk International Airport. I felt out of sorts, because I was traveling without Brian. The flight down went quickly and the transfer … Continue reading

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Saltwater Fly Fishing Tips & Tricks, By Cathy Beck

In over 25 years of hosting trips for Frontiers, Barry and I have seen it all. For our clients, having us along gives them assurance that in most instances we can help. We’ll tie on their shock tippet, suggest flies, … Continue reading

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Skinny Stripping for Bonefish, By Diana Rudolph

In the distance, I see several flashes. The warm, slick water bathes my ankles. I work my way toward the tails, which gracefully slice through the water’s surface with no particular cadence or consistency. There must be 40, 50 of … Continue reading

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Reading the Water – By Nick Curcione

In my younger years when I did a lot of tuna and bill fishing in Southern California and Baja the standard directive issued to someone who was about to pull lookout duty on the boat’s tuna tower was “keep your … Continue reading

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