07 September 2016

• Two Articles: Fly Fishing: Decrease Line Drag and Keep the Fly In the Hot Zone Longer...AND...The Importance of Silversides

“Use the reach cast—a standard cast used by trout anglers on streams and rivers…

“This ‘current-countering’ cast is ideal whether you’re casting from the opposite bank on a narrow creek, or from a stationary boat on bigger water. It helps around docks, and is useful when surf fly fishing, too, where waves or longshore current tends to sweep your fly down the beach too quickly….”

Please visit this link to read the full article: FloridaSportsman


• The Importance of Silversides

“Silversides are abundant in the late summer. Drag a two-handled seine net along any shallow, salty shoreline in the five boroughs this time of year and a large part of the gleaming, wet mass of fish in the net will be Atlantic silversides…

“Dip that same net anywhere along the coastline from southern Canada to Florida and the results will be the same. Silversides may be small fish, but they play an outsize role in the ecology of the Atlantic coast....”

Please visit this link to read the full article: NewYorkTimes

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