Category Archives: Fly Fishing in Salt Water

Striped Bass Kill on Cape Breton Island

Striped Bass Kill on Cape Breton Island A little over a week ago, a large number of stripers were found dead on Dingwall Beach on Cape Breton Island. Biologist are working to find the cause of this striped bass kill. … Continue reading

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New Motor takes Dave to a New Redfish

My friend Dave has been on a roll lately. For one thing the red tide has dialed back on the Gulf side of Florida. Which is great news. Red tide has been a persistent problem for several years from Tampa … Continue reading

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Redfish on the Sandbar

Redfish on the Sandbar Redfish feed around sandbars, but they are not often on the bar itself. More likely you’ll find reds cruising the outside edge on the ebb, or along the inside edge during the first two hours of … Continue reading

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Small Stripers Hold Our Future

Small Stripers Hold Our Future When you catch a small striper, you hold our angling future in your hands. The chart below tells you why. It shows striped bass reproductive success in Maryland, the principal spawning grounds.  As you can … Continue reading

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We Have to Save Striped Bass – Again

We Have to Save Striped Bass – Again Once again we stand at the edge of a precipice with the fate of striped bass hanging in the balance. Last time around, it took an unprecedented act of Congress and draconian … Continue reading

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