The Sage Dart Hits A Bullseye

I’m always excited to see a package on the doorstep with a return address from Sage and RIO. It usually has some of the latest products inside and an offer to test them. I was pleasantly surprised to open this box and find a new Sage Dart 3wt rod, Sage Click reel and RIO Creek […]

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A Night for Bass

Spring has taken its sweet time coming to the northeast. Between cold, rain and most recently tornadoes, there has been little time to fish. After a full day of playing catch up on yard work and chores, I had roughly 2 hours to fish. Traveling to a decent trout stream would take about half of […]

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Florida Fly Fishing In The 1800’s

Found this neat article in Florida Fly Fishing Magazine entitled Fly-Fishing West Florida, 1886.  It contains some interesting observations, including  “an almost total absence of insect pests”, and “a greater variety of fish that will take the fly than in any other section of the Union.” My favorite is when he refers to largemouth bass as “the trout […]

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