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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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The Ultimate Challenge – By Capt. Gene Quigley

Ever consider what the ultimate challenge is on a fly rod? I am sure this will change for each individual, depending on their location. However for saltwater anglers here in the Northeast, the challenge of hooking into a one hundred … Continue reading

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Better Casting in Saltwater – By Jon B. Cave

When anglers refer to fly-fishing in saltwater, they could be talking about a number of unique environments: flats, offshore, near shore, reefs, beaches, tidal creeks, mangrove backwaters, spartina grass shorelines, or other marine settings. Although each of the various locations … 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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Fly Fishing For Garfish (Hornfisk) – by Silja Longhurst

Love them or hate them, fishing for Garfish (the kid sister of needlefish) can be a great deal of fun when targeted at the right time of year with light gear. The “horny hornies” of the Baltic Sea may not … 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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