12 July 2015

• More to Saltwater Fly Fishing Than the Double Haul

“Offshore of the cape, we set up on a series of stepwise rips that stretch on as far as the eye can see. These rips, where the out-flowing tide transitions from shallow water to deep water, creates a strong and powerful current that draws in squid, other bait and most anything else that wanders by.

”Bass typically stage up where the currents spill over the shelf and gorge on the bounty they deliver. I watch the depth meter as Jamie moves through the chop that's gathered at the shelf and into the seemingly placid shallows; in just seconds the depth meter changes from 50 feet to 6.….”

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