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Keys Grand Slam

Photo Credit: Glenn Hayes

It could be said that there is never a bad time to fish in the Florida Keys. I for one can vouch for that. September can however, be a transition period offshore in the Keys where sailfish and dorado are …

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Sign Petition to Support Two Bahamian National Parks

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The Bahamas is world-renown as an excellent bonefish fishery. In fact, the fishery is so popular for traveling anglers that the annual economic impact of the fishery exceeds $141 million. Yet the fishery will remain healthy only if the habitats …

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Watch for Bonefish

Shirley Wilson catching a Bonefish in Islamorada, Florida Keys with Captain Ted Wilson. Photo courtesy of CaptainTedWilson.com

Picture it now, peering through waters off Islamorada in the Keys. To the right splashes the tail of a busily feeding bonefish. Ever so cautiously, you begin working your line. The fish obligingly keeps feeding. Your artificial fly drops delicately …

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Florida Kayak Trail Beckons Paddlers

Photo by Rafael Lima

Your kayak slows over turquoise water only a few inches deep. Something shimmers ahead – a heat mirage? It looks like houses in crayon colors: yellow, green, red and blue, somehow hovering weightlessly over the bay. Squinting now – no, …

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Angling Legend George Hommell Jr. Passes

Image of Angling Legend George Hommell Jr.

It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of George Hommell Jr., one of the founding members of the Bonefish and Tarpon Trust. George will be remembered as one of the pioneers of fly fishing in the Florida …

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