IN THIS ISSUE
NEW ENGLAND STRIPERS
In the summer months, you can find Striped Bass, “Stripers,” holding in New England waters. I couldn’t agree more - there’s no place like New England in the summertime.
There are so many things that contribute to making a trip extra special and unique. For one, I am drawn to places that haven’t seen a lot of fishing pressure, places that are hard to access and that only the die-hards get to see. It’s the language barriers and the cultural differences that excite. Best of all is to share these experiences with good friends. [....]
NOT A TRIGGER
Hooks snapped clean in half, shredded leaders and snapped fly lines; these are just a few of the delights of chasing Triggerfish. It can be a struggle targeting these fish but after finding them, watching them and eventually catching them, you’ll come to
appreciate Triggers as one of the foremost targets on the flats.[....]
PALM BAY RESORT
Picture this; You’re lying in your private balcony hammock, cocktail in hand, it’s 5pm after a full day of fishing and the GT’s are pushing bait fish up onto the beach… I’m too tired to grab my rod so I just take it all in.[....]
We go through all the amazing fish from the past 10 issues with Dr. Julian Pepperell [....]
THE GIANT KILLER
Bill Catherwood was one of the New England area’s originals of the saltwater fly tying scene. He had articles written about his innovative saltwater fly patterns as far back as the 1950’s.[....]
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