Category Archives: Environment

Dolphins and Nets

Dolphins and Nets This post may seem a bit odd, in that it has nothing to do with fly-fishing, kayaking, or any other outdoor sport for that matter. Still I feel compelled to write it. Recently my son was on … Continue reading

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Climate Change and Covid are Affecting our Fisheries

Climate Change and Covid are Affecting our Fisheries I just got back from a trip up to the Great North Woods. A place I love and have been going to since the mid-1980’s. But I was totally unprepared for what … Continue reading

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Southwest Florida is Catch & Release Only

Southwest Florida is Catch & Release Only Did that title catch your eye? Well release it. Its not 100 percent true. Let me accurize things a bit. Right now, in nearshore waters from north of Port Richey all the way … Continue reading

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Dave caught a Nice Tailing Red

Well, the Fish Whisper continues to be superman. At sunrise Dave was out on the flat during a ebbing tide, searching for tails. And lo-and-behold he caught & released a beautiful “tailing” redfish.  Go going Dave! As always a tip … Continue reading

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Rain in the Winter Woods

Rain in the Winter Woods After a rain, the winter woods are a visual feast, a great time to break out your camera. Under gray skies, subtle earth hues intertwine in a quilt of tweed. Overhead bare tree limbs collide … Continue reading

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