Category Archives: Fly Fishing in Salt Water

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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Dave caught a Nice Tailing Red

Well, the Fish Whisper continues to be superman. At sunrise Dave was out on the flat during a ebbing tide, searching for tails. And lo-and-behold he caught & released a beautiful “tailing” redfish.  Go going Dave! As always a tip … Continue reading

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The 2020 Northeast Saltwater Season is Behind Us

The 2020 Northeast Saltwater Season is Behind Us: Well its official now; here in the Northeast the 2020 saltwater season is behind us. Time to put away the gear if you haven’t already. And its also time to think about … Continue reading

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The Trend in Fly Fishing toward Lighter Lines

Over the years, fly anglers have steadily moved to lighter line weights. Granted this didn’t happen overnight. It has been a slow progression. Still there is no denying it, amigo. Lighter line weights have been gaining favor for decades. Here’s … Continue reading

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Do All Redfish have Spots?

Do All Redfish have Spots? Back three years ago, I did a post asking how many spots can a redfish have. It was just an interesting conversation point. My friend Dave and I used to joke about it. Nothing much … Continue reading

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