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News: Tarpon may finally become catch and release only!

Tarpon, often referred to as the silver king of game fish, could become a catch-and-release-only fishery if new rules under consideration by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission are adopted. [...]

September 4, 2012 Conservation, News, RECENT, Spot, Uncategorized
Conservation: New assault on lionfish in Florida’s coastal waters

Conservation: New assault on lionfish in Florida’s coastal waters

Florida is stepping up its assault against nonnative lionfish spreading through the state's coastal waters and putting marine ecosystems at risk. [...]

August 14, 2012 Uncategorized

Review: Pescadowear Guide Shirt

Newcomer to the technical clothing side of the fly fishing industry, Pescadowear is a fledgling company designing functional, attractive fishing shirts to be worn "from the river, to church, back to the river, then to dinner in town." [...]

August 6, 2012 RECENT, Spot, Uncategorized

News: Growing Our Economy Through the Great Outdoors

It comes as no surprise that all living things require clean land, air and water. Does the U.S. economy require the same? A new report from the Outdoor Industry Association says, yes! [...]

August 3, 2012 Conservation, News, RECENT, Spot, Uncategorized

Review: Aaron Adams’ paper on tides

Editorial Staff. With tarpon season here and so much to do while changing Fly Life Magazine.com from a page flip to an interactive magazine on a WordPress platform, no one had time to finish a book and review it. Serendipitously, [...]

June 3, 2012 Uncategorized

Uncategorized: It’s for the birds

By Curtis Morgan / Miami Herald Over the last few years, staff members at Everglades National Park have experimented with ways to scare off flocks of vandals that lurk in parking lots every winter, sporadically defacing cars, trucks and boat [...]

January 2, 2012 News, RECENT, Spot, Uncategorized

Review: Skins; “. . . faster than a speedIng bullet more powerful than a locomotive . . .?”

When I started working at The Fly Shop of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Scientific Anglers’ Sharkskin Fly Lines had only racked up a year of highway miles on its intro-road tour. The reviews, sometimes sageless opines, were helter skelter. The tepid-footed [...]

March 3, 2011 Uncategorized