Tag Archives: Diana Rudolph

Beyond a WF-F, by Diana Rudolph

Too windy, too calm; the tide was weak, the tide was strong; too cold, too warm. Shall I continue? These are conditions that all anglers have experienced. Thankfully, those rare but divine occasions exist when everything falls into place; but … Continue reading

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Sight Fishing for Tarpon in Low Light – By Diana Rudolph

As the sun fought its way up through the low cloudbank clinging to the horizon, the wind diminished. The morning oozed tarpon. Hot, muggy and still. To the west a flash of lightning lit up the sky momentarily and a … 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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Tips for Tarpon – By Diana Rudolph

Fish like Diana does. In this post Diana Rudolph shares her tips for tarpon fishing – everything from the knots she uses in her leader to staying cool and collected.

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