Tag : Guided Flyfishing
Tailing Bonefish Quickie VI from Chris Lewis on Vimeo.
Pretty Interesting fly reel review by Trident. Not sure I agree with their final rankings, however a good read none the less. I get the chance to see most of these reels perform on a the flats. I am not so sure that a sealed drag is always a good thing, try dunking a few [...]
Yellowfin Tuna on a Bamboo Pole Ever hooked a Yellowfin Tuna on a fly? Try this!
So we have been using this Nikon AW110 underwater point-and-shoot for a while now and have captured many fine Bonefish images. Hawaii flyfishing generally hammers stuff pretty good and this Nikon waterproof unit has definitely been up to the task. In our humble opinions, this is the best all-weather, bomb proof, fishing camera around. The AW110 and [...]
Republic of Kiribati, August 1982 The spool was spinning furiously and the drag was making a metallic buzzing sound as the handle spun in a blur. I already had a pretty bad burn mark on my palm from trying to slow down the initial run and although I started out with over 200 yards of [...]
Bonefish Hate… Seeing a fly moving towards them. Almost all predatory fish hate it when flies come towards them. Just like sculpins don’t attack big rainbow trout, shrimp don’t attack bonefish – when they see a predator they try to get away. Do your best to present your fly at an angle such that when [...]
Steve Huff’s snook and tarpon collection contains many tried-and-true patterns and a successful recent experiment — solid white flies. One might not go so far as to say Steve Huff wrote the book on fly fishing the flats of the Florida Keys, but he certainly belongs in each of its chapters. He’s guided since the [...]
Fishing Legend Bonefish Folley’s Last Boat Ride West End, Bahamas – Israel “Bonefish Folley” Rolle, one of The Bahamas most well known fishing legends of the 20th Century was laid to rest on Saturday, August 18, 2012 at St. Mary’s Anglican Church in West End, Grand Bahama Island. The casket carried on the fishing boat [...]