Category Archives: Fly Fishing in Salt Water

Blue Green Algae in Charlotte Harbor ?

Blue Green Algae in Charlotte Harbor ? Yesterday I spent part of the day in the kayak. Water temperature? 88 degrees plus. No surprise I guess; July was the hottest July ever recorded in these parts.  As you can imagine … Continue reading

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A Week of Tides, A Week of Wind

A Week of Tides, A Week of Wind Last week we were on the building side of a full moon, and along with it came low tides in the evening. Adding to the suspense, there were very few late day … Continue reading

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Sunset on the Flats can be your Reward

Sunset on the Flats can be your Reward: Back on Friday we decided to give those “tailing” reds another try.  No the conditions weren’t right, far from it, but its better to be on the water than sitting home on … Continue reading

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Fishing: It’s all about the Conditions

Fishing: It’s all about the Conditions When you fish in the salt you learn fast that fishing is all about the conditions. The tide, the wind, the weather, water temperature, the sun and the moon, man everything has an impact. … Continue reading

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“Tailing” Reds in the Twilight

“Tailing” Reds in the Twilight: Summer fishing in the subtropics can be brutal.  Old Helios is a your merciless companion, absolutely furious, baking you to the bone as sweat rains down your face. After a couple hours on the water … Continue reading

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