Category Archives: Fly Fishing in Salt Water

Worm Time in Southern New England

Worm Time in Southern New England Well, well its worm time in the salt ponds along the southern New England coast. Yes, the spring has been cool and wet, but the worms are definitely here now. Pick a sunny day … Continue reading

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Are Bunker Back???

Are Bunker Back??? It’s a question on a lot of anglers’ mind.  And it’s been there for a long time. Many years ago, a handful of anglers, including myself, got the menhaden trawlers pushed out of Connecticut waters. To do … Continue reading

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Dave’s Redfish and Sweet Pompano

Dave’s Redfish and Sweet Pompano Got a message from my buddy Dave a few days back. He fishes the flats on Florida’s Gulf Coast and knows how to do it right, believe me. I guess the weather had been a … Continue reading

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November “Albies” !

November “Albies”! A day ago my friend Phil caught a nice false albacore here in Southern New England. Way to go Phil! When they left the dock that morning, the air temperature was below freezing, but the water was around … Continue reading

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Henry’s Fork Rainbow

Henry’s Fork Rainbow Dave Beall is still busy out West.  Couple of days ago he caught a Henry’s Fork rainbow on the Ranch Section, in Harriman State Park. It measured out at 21 inches, a decent “bow”. Dave tells me … Continue reading

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