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Friday Fish Frame: Rendezvous by Carey Chen

A genuine master of his craft, Carey Chen is gaining worldwide attention for his unparalleled portraits of life at sea. [...]

April 19, 2013 RECENT, Slide, Spot

Gear: Publisher’s picks of cool stuff

Fly Life picks some cool and original gear for you to peruse. Orca Coolers to give Yeti a run for their money? [...]

April 18, 2013 FEATURE STORY, Gear, Slide, Spot

Good Read: “The Fisherman” by William Butler Yeats

The poem, "The Fisherman", by William Butler Yeats. It is an FLM favorite. Check it out and keep an eye out for more Good Read's. [...]

April 17, 2013 Of Interest, RECENT, Spot

Conservation: Wanna’ know what the absence of regs looks like?

Hundreds of tarpon are being legally killed and trashed every winter, spring and summer by spear fishermen in gulf coast states. This issue is important and needs to be addressed. [...]

April 15, 2013 Conservation, FEATURE STORY, Slide, Spot

Friday Fish Frame: Barracuda

This weeks Friday Fish Frame features, Barracuda, an amazing piece from Jeff Kennedy. [...]

April 12, 2013 RECENT, Slide, Spot

Tips & Tactics: They’ll all come runnin’ to chum

When fishing offshore, don't forget to bring frozen chum bags, chum buckets, baits, Sabiki rigs, and lightweight spinning outfits to help you land that beauty kingfish on the fly. [...]

April 11, 2013 FEATURE STORY, Slide, Spot, Tips & Tactics

Tips & Tactics: Tying the San Diego jamb knot – tuna fleet knot

The San Diego jamb knot is attributed to city's tuna fishing fleet. It’s by far the strongest terminal knot. [...]

April 10, 2013 RECENT, Slide, Spot, Tips & Tactics

Conservation: Study says 100 MM sharks killed annually

According to scientific findings released recently in the peer-reviewed journal, Marine Policy, the number of sharks killed each year commercially is estimated at 100 million. [...]

April 10, 2013 Conservation, News, RECENT, Spot

Conservation: Snook- Seeing beyond the data

Historically, recreational anglers have not considered themselves data collectors unless it was for their personal use. [...]

April 9, 2013 Conservation, RECENT, Slide, Spot

News: Is fixing after 85 years too late?

The ribbon has been cut on a one-mile bridge over Tamiami Trail, Florida. Parts of the River of Grass will flow free again for the first time in 85 years [...]

April 9, 2013 Conservation, News, RECENT, Spot