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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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Seatrout in the Baltic – By Silja Longhurst

When going seatrout fishing and you are a novice to the sport, it can end up being rather frustrating. Hours and hours of casting, standing in cold water and freezing your various extremities (yes, even though I am a woman, … 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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Reading Stillwater – By Brian Chan

Lake fishing and be challenging because of the various habitat types or the transition zones from one habitat to another. RIO Pro Brian Chan discusses tips and techniques for effectively reading tricky stillwater.

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