The Great Switcheroo Photographs by John Travis and Mark Murray By the time Mark Murray came around to wake everyone up, John and I were already awake and packing flies, tackle, etc. Everybody met in the lounge area for coffee and something to eat. A few minutes later we loaded out tackle into the boats [...]
My obsession with Gabon started in 2010. I have just returned from two weeks fishing in Jardines De La Reina in Cuba. I was a newly addicted tarpon junkie. All I thought about was catching that next tarpon. Back home I started researching possible tarpon venues, preferably ones that would be cheaper than a return [...]
It’s not everyday that student becomes tutor, but last year I had the pleasure of treating my brother Harry to some grunter fishing with my buddy Mike and me. Harry was my fly fishing mentor, and whenever we go fishing together, I’m the one who raids his fly-boxes and rips him for tips and advice. [...]
I always wanted to tie a fly of this color pattern. Got bored tonight and decided to tie one since the season has started...here's the first of the lot.
These flies are far from beautiful, but I would just like to share what I've done so far.
A Great day for my friends who fished the Musandam, Oman, today. Calvin scoring on a flyrod and two other guys hooked up on two other sails. A Video will be posted soon and I'll update this page.
I tied this because I really couldn't tie a decent Merkin. :)
After mulling around on what fly to use, I settled for something a bit traditional, only I bastardized it....
Have you ever imagined how it would be if the desert meets the flats? A short drive from here takes me there...and I'm going tomorrow!
Going to farther and/or deeper doesn't always guarantee you fish, because the best time for man to fish, isn't always the best time for the fish to feed.