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How to Handle Fish from Deneki.com

Every fish we catch is a treasure, but many of us don’t treat them as such. I’ve seen anglers holding fish out of the water for what seems like days then heard them saying things like, “I don’t know why … Continue reading

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Kara Armano’s Bonefish School at Andros South

I’ve had the opportunity to fish with Kara Armano a couple times and she’s the real deal—no tying this gal’s flies on for her. If you’re interested in bonefish and having a great time, with lots of laughs and even … Continue reading

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Fly Fishing Guide Language

Just the other day I joined Andrew Bennett, who owns Alaska West, among other excellent fly-fishing operations, for a couple brews at Ray’s Boathouse in Seattle. I can say this, get the mussels at Ray’s. They bathe them in a … Continue reading

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Deneki Outdoors’ Bonefishing 101

Bonefishing 101, or how to catch bonefish demystified I’ve been giving a lot of love to Deneki Outdoors of late, but deservingly so in my opinion. Deneki runs several great lodge operations around the globe and I count several of … Continue reading

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Packing Tips from Ex-Officio and Deneki

How to keep your bag from becoming a bottomless, messy pit. What I wouldn’t give to be hauling a couple rollers out to the rig right now, setting off for somewhere like the Bahamas or Baja. Instead, I’m just watching … Continue reading

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Arolik Rainbows at Alaska West

Mousing Around in Western Alaska It was late at night in Denver during the annual fly-fishing trade show and I was crumpled in a chair at the ritzy Oxford Hotel trying to get my gear-whore foot in the door with … Continue reading

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