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Bonefish... another one
Bonefish... yet another one
Early morning trip
Guide and fisher
Repair at sea
Resting on the flat
Scouting for bonefish
Wading the flats
Why they are called flats
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How to tie a squid fly pattern - - Global FlyFisher
How to tie a squid fly pattern. Decapods and squids are high on the menu to some saltwater species. Learn to tie them here.
June 15th 2011
One of the most effective methods of drifting a fly through deep pools in Great Lakes steelhead rivers is to use a slinky. You can buy slinkies from a shop, but you will pay a premium. The components are pretty cheap and they are very easy to make at home.
October 13th 2006
Muskie on the Fly
It's been a long time since pike angler Mark Dysinger has been so invigorated after reading a flyfishing book. But he was when reading "Muskie on the Fly" by Robert S. Tomes, which is the first complete work ever composed and dedicated to the pursuit of muskellunge with a fly.
February 7th 2009
Steve Schweitzer is at it again. He just can't stay away from those chick-a-bou feathers. Maybe it's because chick-a-bou is so versatile and incredibly buggy looking. After tying up four variations of a crawdad pattern, he finally found what worked best. See what he caught on his latest addition to the Tabou Series of flies and
December 26th 2008
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