Category Archives: Fly Fishing in Salt Water

Jacks can Save the Day

Jacks Can Save the Day Got out early Thursday morning before the sun and before the eventual wind. Carefully I poled a mile of flat looking for “tailing” reds. Conditions weren’t great yet I did see three “tails”. Unfortunately all … Continue reading

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Windy Days can be your Friend

Windy days are often a nuisance. Every effort to cast becomes an ordeal. Waves slam into you as you wade. Or the boat is rocking and rolling. Nothing seems to be going your way. But hang on amigo. Windy days … Continue reading

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Spotted Sea Trout Fishery has an Emergency Regulation

Spotted Sea Trout Fishery has an Emergency Regulation. Yesterday Florida Fish and Wildlife imposed a new restriction on the spotted seatrout fishery along the Gulf coast. Trout are very sensitive to red tide and because of it their numbers are … Continue reading

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Redfish Love the Bone Jovi

If you’re a bonefish addict, I’m sure you have a Bone Jovi or two in your fly box. Granted they’re rarely the right choice on a shin deep, crystal flats where a sparsely tied number 8# fly is king. But … Continue reading

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“Tailing” Reds in Charlotte Harbor

“Tailing” Reds in Charlotte Harbor” I’ve been plying these flats for five years now and can honestly report that in Charlotte HarborĀ  “tailing” reds are the most technically challenging fly-fishing I have ever done. Less you think that’s just my … Continue reading

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