Category Archives: Fly Fishing in Salt Water

The Red Tide Lingers

The Red Tide Lingers: Down here we just had 10 days of below normal temperatures coupled with serious high winds. Several mornings were in the 30’s and one dipped to freezing. Now that may not sound like much to you … Continue reading

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On the Flats Presentation is King

On the Flats Presentation is King: Yesterday morning, it was proven to me once again – on the flats presentation is king, fly pattern is queen. No matter how big the “killer” reputation of your fly; no matter how much … Continue reading

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Water Temperature Fluctuations on the Flat

Water Temperature Fluctuations on the Flat: We just had four mornings in a row  in the low to mid forties. Folks, that’s chilly for southwest Florida. Obviously those nippy dawns also had an effect on water temperature. Prior the shallow … Continue reading

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Dave’s Super Moon Redfish

Dave’s Super Moon Redfish: We just went through a waxing Super Moon. First on Friday with a -.1 low tide, followed by a  -.30 low tide on Saturday morning, followed on Sunday morning with a a -.50 low tide , … Continue reading

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Met a Redfish this Morning

Met a Redfish this Morning: Finally got back to the water. Man its been awhile. My life has been busy. Launched the kayak in the dark with Orion glowing low in the west. Gorgeous sky filled with stars, from horizon … Continue reading

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