Category Archives: Fly Fishing in Salt Water

Dave gets a Red on his Helios 7wt

Dave gets a Red on his Helios 7wt Just heard from my buddy Dave down Punta Gorda way. Man, he is a fishing machine! Great angler. He sent me this picture of redfish he got on his new Orvis Helios … Continue reading

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My Son Found some Schoolie Bass

My Son Found some Schoolie Bass A few days back, my son took his kayak down to the mouth of the Connecticut River. Things have been pretty slow, but this time he found some schoolie bass. He tells me the … Continue reading

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American Angler’s Digital Version goes Belly Up

American Angler’s Digital Version goes Belly Up Not long ago, I posted on the demise of American Angler’s print edition. Well guess what? Back in July, American Angler’s digital version went belly up too. Granted I’m way the hell late … Continue reading

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Stripers 2021 – What can We Expect?

Stripers 2021 – What can We Expect? Yes, the striper season has begun. The question is – what can we expect? If last season is any measure, mainly schoolies. Sure, I know some guy, somewhere had  great fishing.  But overall, … 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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