Category Archives: Fly Fishing on a Boat

We Need Small Stripers Too

We Need Small Stripers Too: Yesterday I fished with Mark Kuz. Mark is one of the best salt anglers I know on the Southern New England coast. Fishes smart and fishes hard. We sailed out of Niantic in Mark’s boat, … Continue reading

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Dave does it Again!

Well you’ve hear me speak of Dave before. He is one hell-of-an angler. When I came in last time, I saw Dave preparing to launch his boat. It was around four in the afternoon.We talked about the snook bite for … Continue reading

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Connecticut River Stripers

Ernie Beckwith, former head of Connecticut Fisheries, called me last evening. He invited me to take a morning boat ride on the lower Connecticut River. Striped bass were the objective. Still, Ernie warned me the fishing had been slow and the fish … Continue reading

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Book Review: Stillwater Fly-Fishing Secrets by Hal Janssen

Got another book review for you. This time we’ll look at Stillwater Fly-Fishing Secrets by Hal Janssen. Stillwater fly-fishing for trout has never really taken off in this country. That’s a shame. Lakes and ponds provide a fun and rewarding trout … Continue reading

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If Clouds Could Speak

If clouds could speak, a story they could tell. Yes the sky is a future teller. And this morning, windswept clouds told of front to come. Caught a boat ride out into Charlotte Harbor. The AM was calm. After noon the wind went … Continue reading

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