Author Archives: Ed Mitchell

Striped Bass Kill on Cape Breton Island

Striped Bass Kill on Cape Breton Island A little over a week ago, a large number of stripers were found dead on Dingwall Beach on Cape Breton Island. Biologist are working to find the cause of this striped bass kill. … Continue reading

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The Mop Fly is a Murderer

The Mop Fly is a Murderer Lately my friend Phil has been hard at work tying flies to use over at his club pond. And he has been catching some mighty good looking rainbows.  Nice going. What are the fish … Continue reading

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You are Made of Stardust

First off, happy New Year. Lets all hope for a fun, safe, and rewarding 2022. Man, we really need it. Got out of the house this morning. Very foggy and warm. Just down the street, where a small backwater flows … Continue reading

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New Motor takes Dave to a New Redfish

My friend Dave has been on a roll lately. For one thing the red tide has dialed back on the Gulf side of Florida. Which is great news. Red tide has been a persistent problem for several years from Tampa … Continue reading

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Redfish on the Sandbar

Redfish on the Sandbar Redfish feed around sandbars, but they are not often on the bar itself. More likely you’ll find reds cruising the outside edge on the ebb, or along the inside edge during the first two hours of … Continue reading

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