Category Archives: Fly Fishing in Salt Water

Dave had an Epic Day with Tailing Reds

Well, Dave just had an epic day with “tailing” reds. First he hooks 7 in the morning and then 2 later in the day. That’s crazy good. Off the charts. It just goes to show you that the best anglers … Continue reading

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Nothing at Napatree

Nothing at Napatree This has to be the oddest fall fishing I have ever seen in Southern New England. Its been terrible. October, typically the best of the fall run,  was a total dud. Water temperatures were sky high, and … Continue reading

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September Doldrums in Long Island Sound

September Doldrums in Long Island Sound Well I was back on the water yesterday with the same poor results as last week. Plenty of bait. Yet no fish to be found. We’re stuck in the damn doldrums, folks. Get this: … Continue reading

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False Albacore on a Fly

False Albacore on a Fly Got a false albacore on a fly yesterday. What a damn thrill. Yeah I’ve caught them before; I landed my first one back in the early 1990’s out at Cape Pogue on Martha’s Vineyard. That … Continue reading

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Atlantic Bonito are in Town

Atlantic Bonito are in Town My friend Mark Kuz send along a couple photos of Atlantic Bonito. Way cool. Bonito are a prized catch, no question. They’re fast, cagey, beautiful, and often hard to hook and hold. But once you … Continue reading

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