From the land of conch fritters and Kalik!
Image of the Week:
The United Fly Tyers of Rhode Island does a great job getting kids involved in fly tying.
"Nothing left to do; but smile, smile, smile" News:
This is big. One of my favorite guys I have met through The Saltwater Edge is surfcaster and writer extraordinaire Zeno Hromin. The guy has skills,
Updated 01-12-2011 at 09:03 AM by Jenks
What’s your favorite bonefish rig?
I typically throw a 9’, 8 weight rod with a floating line. I start with a 9’ leader, and add on a longer tippet if the bonefish are spooky. For tailing bonefish, I typically start with unweighted crab patterns. For cruising bonefish I use flies weighted with beadchain, and then add the lead eyes for deeper running fish. You can see my standard selection of bonefish flies here: http://www.fishermanscoast.com/flies...selection.html
The Bonefish and Tarpon Trust is building it's conservation case with economic data.
Flats fishing generates $141m annually. http://www.tarbone.org/news-a-events...ct-report.html
One of my favorites gets a makeover. http://bonefishonthebrain.com/
SWE Photog,former Barringtonite and all round good guy Dave Sousa put a great article in the News Herald (his real job).
Nice job Dave! http://www.heraldnews.com/sports/col...o-get-03-14-10
Updated 03-16-2010 at 03:39 PM by Jenks