Author Phil MonahanPosted on April 2, 2019Categories Fly Fishing
Edit "Video: Xkalak’s Salty Buffet"
Here’s the second installment of the “Buffet Series” from Gilbert Rowley and Phil Tuttle. In this video, they explore the salty goodness around Xcalak, on one of the last “unspoiled” stretches of Mexican Caribbean coast just north of the Belize . . .
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Here's the first episode of the killer new series from Estrada Art Films
. Eric and the guys search throughout Florida for untouched backwater estuaries and areas that have been or are. . .Read More »
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Written by: Leigh Perkins, Orvis Chairman of the Board
Orvis Charmain of the Board Leigh Perkins poses with a fine snook and biologist Pete Frezza.
All photos courtesy Leigh Perkins
We traveled to the Everglades last November with Capt. Rick Ruoff, Capt. "Cap" and JoAnn Cappelletti, and Pete Frezza, who is a marine biologist and Audubon employee who. . .Read More »
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Catching a really large snook is a bucket-list item for many saltwater anglers.
Photo via Livit Films
The most abundant of the twelve snook species, the common snook (Centropomus undecimalis
) is prized by anglers for its aggressive strikes and go-for-broke fighting style. You can target. . .Read More »
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Our man in South Florida, Dan Decibel
, has produced another great saltwater video. Here, he and his buddy, Jason Fernandez, chase baby snook--or snooklets
--in mangrove-lined. . .Read More »
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