If you like bonefish or tarpon or permit (and I’m guessing you would say yes to at least one of those), you may be interested in BTT’s 5th International Symposium on Nov. 7-8 (IGFA Hall of Fame and Museum, Dania Beach, FL). Something new this year will be the Art & Film Festival attached to this […]
The 69th edition of the Martha's Vineyard Striper and Bluefish Derby is underway. LINK Hit the image to view the official souvenir program.
Today we’re coming at you with nothing more than a cool photograph of an angler and guide working a bonefish dead ahead at Andros South. Enjoy! More on Bonefishing Getting on the Same Page as Your Guide 3 Ways to Catch More Bonefish Poling for Bonefish – 6 Tips
The trout in our neck of the woods typically don’t pay much attention to ‘traditionally sized’ trout flies. A size 12 elk hair caddis would be the equivalent of eating the parsley garnish on the side of your steak dinner.. A short growing season, and constant supply of large high calorie food items (i.e. mice, sculpin, salmon flesh, and eggs), causes our […]
Featuring content from Alex Wilner, Capt. Ed McCoy, Hannah Perkins, Francois Botha, Greg McReynolds and Trout Unlimited, Berger & Fohr, RA Beattie, Jess Kiesel, John MacGregor and Dan Dow of Bonefish Tarpon Trust. LINK
(via:International Fishing News)
Man, I can’t really figure out what is wrong with the blog comments. I’m still trying to sort it out… in between the 7 year old and 9 month old and the job and the driving all over and the odd business trip and a wife who has a very big and hard job. It […]
These GEOBASS guys are kind of hardcore. Really, they are the definition of hardcore. They seem to live on the edge a bit, sometimes hanging over it suspended by grit and determination and duct tape. The latest installment has them going to Papua New Guinea. I fell a bit like an expert about Papua New Guinea […]
Here in California things are going poorly on the water front. Rivers are getting skinny, or even stopping flowing altogether. Fires are burning all over the place, one near where I used to live. This is one (of the many) thing I love about bonefishing. The oceans are not drying up. There are a host […]
I got to fish with Martin Carranza last year in Biscayne Bay and I enjoyed it very much. We fished in the pouring rain, but still enjoyed the time on the water. Here is another angler enjoying their time with Martin just as much.
While in Montana I broke into an “I’m going fishing dance” before rowing my wife down the Kootenai. Luckily, this was captured in pictures. I will likely do a similar dance in Florida in a little under a month. Fishing still makes me feel like a kid. It makes me happy. It makes my soul […]
I may be facing my greatest challenge yet. At the end of the month my wife leaves one job and will soon start another. In-between there is a week of down time and that week will largely be spent in the Keys. The point of the get-away is to give my wife some down time […]
After my 7 year old squeezed 20 trout out of a Montana creek it seemed like a great idea to take my wife out to that very same creek to get her some fish as well. Turns out it was a good idea. She wanted to get five and she got five. Pretty much the […]
I have fished from an early age. It runs in the family. I started fly fishing when I was 21 and I had my first truly magical day of fly fishing when I was 24. That day I fished the Lower McCloud with Fred Gordon and had 20+ fish for the first time. Today, my […]
Ben Canales from Uncage the Soul Productions, who brought you Mending the Line, spent a few days shooting with his iPhone 6. The results are impressive. LINK (via: fstoppers)
Most fly anglers today would agree that catch and release practices are important in promoting healthy fisheries. Not only is it beneficial to the well being of our sport, but having the opportunity to release a fish back to the wild to fight another day, is an event most of us would agree adds to the […]