Category Archives: Fly Fishing in Salt Water

Are Menhaden Making a Comeback?

Are Menhaden Making a Comeback? Many years ago menhaden were prolific along the shores of Long Island Sound. So abundant that mass die offs occured in some back bays due to low oxygen. I kid you not. That all changed … Continue reading

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Are Tough Times Ahead for the Northeast Saltwater Angler?

Are Tough Times Ahead for the Northeast Saltwater Angler? In years past,  the Northeast saltwater angler relied mainly on bass and blues for much of the season. The bass were here by May and the blues followed right behind them. … Continue reading

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Fishing Denied

Fishing Denied Got up early this morning, hoping to find a few striped bass. With coffee in hand, headed out in the dark for Ocean Beach in New London. Traditionally this has been a good spot for late season bass. … Continue reading

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Dave gets another Tailing Red

Dave gets another Tailing Red Dave down on the Florida Gulf Coast just sent me another picture. Once again Dave got himself a “tailing” red. Nice going Dave. You rule! The light color of this red suggests it has been … Continue reading

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Took the Kayak to Pine Island

Took the Kayak to Pine Island Wonderful weather yesterday. Amazing for late October. Threw the kayak in the truck and aimed the windshield at Pine Island over by Bluff Point. By the way if you’re hauling a kayak that extends … Continue reading

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