Category Archives: Fly Fishing in Salt Water

The False Albacore are Here

Finally autumn is here and the false albacore are around. Last year they made a very poor showing in Long Island Sound. And there has been considerable concern all summer that might be the case again this year. Well amigo … Continue reading

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The Fish are Moving

The Fish are Moving: Starting to get some reports that the fish are on the move. Hallelujah.  My friend Ted caught an nice albie on a fly over at Point Judith. His friend Jerry Wade did as well. Both of … Continue reading

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Seal Problems on the Pacific coast

Seal Problems on the Pacific coast A few posts back I briefly brought up the subject of wildlife management. Wildlife management is a contract between society and wildlife to find an reasonable balance. And in many cases it works well, … Continue reading

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A YOY Sand eel Fly

Recently we took a look at tying sand eel flies. While digging through my fly tying material mess for that post, and believe me it’s a tangled mess,  I came across a young-of-year (YOY) sand eel pattern I used nearly … Continue reading

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Dave’s Solid Gold Redfish

Now I know Dave’s a good angler, but this fish is something truly special. Man I think its solid gold!

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