Category Archives: Fly Fishing in Salt Water

Tailing Reds in the Twilight

Its the rainy season along the Florida Gulf Coast, but it has been wetter than usual from what I hear and more rain coming. Typically the rain starts around 2:30 pm and tapers off by 5pm. But right now the … Continue reading

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Cape Cod Canal Closed to Commercial Striped Bass Fishing

Well this is great news . The Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries has closed the canal to commercial striper fishing. The canal had become a killing ground. Tip of the hat to the Marine Division for recognizing the problem and … Continue reading

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A Morning Trip to the Beach

Got out this morning. Not at dawn, mind you, but early enough to catch the ebbing tide. The place I picked is a state park. Haven’t been there in a long time, but I know the shoreline fairly well.  In … Continue reading

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Bass & Blues Finally Arrive

Good news here on the Connecticut side of the Sound. Striped bass and bluefish rode into town on the last moon. That’s a wonderful sign. The stripers are mainly schoolies, of course, but a few larger bass are mixed in, … Continue reading

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Has the Spring Migration of Stripers Shifted Eastward?

Hey got a thought for you. Is it based on rock solid, irrefutable, undeniable scientific information? Hell no. It is based only on observation and experience. But if you’re still willing to listen, read on. I hope I’m wrong about … Continue reading

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