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Belize's Glover's Reef Bonefish
By Marshall Cutchin on June 8, 2008 8:36 AM Comments (0)
"On about the fifth or sixth cast, my flyline jumped and I reared back on a silver torpedo. The bone ran off 30 yards of flyline effortlessly, zooming right through the school on its mad dash for freedom, which sent all the other fish scurrying for safety. 'Keep your rod tip up,' Westby hollered, but I knew that." The Washington Post's Angus Phillips has an experience in Belize's Glover's Reef that reminds him of maxim number one: never leave fish to find fish.

Runoff Tactics: Mocha-Colored Opportunity
By Marshall Cutchin on June 8, 2008 8:29 AM Comments (0)
"Put simply, every fish has to be somewhere, and that place invariably will just be a few feet from shore. These trout are easy to locate, hungry and, on a typical day, as dumb as fish ever get. Anglers who can make the mental break into a new mocha-colored realm can turn what ordinarily might be the bleakest time of the year into a bonanza." Charlies Waters points out the several advantages to fishing runoff-muddied trout streams, including the fact that even a poor presentation can produce big fish. In the Denver Post.

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