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Andros South Bonefish School

September 20, 2014
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For many anglers out there, fly fishing for bonefish is at the top of the bucket list, although getting started can be a bit overwhelming at times. After all, not all of us are fortunate enough to have a bonefish flat in our backyard! However, like anything worth doing, quality instruction and practice makes all the […]

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Presenting on the Backcast – 3 Common Mistakes

September 18, 2014
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Being able to present the fly quickly and effectively on the back cast is one of the most important casts to know on the flats. Presenting the fly well on your back cast enables you to cast safely when the wind is on your right shoulder (or left shoulder for you leftys), as well as cast to fish on either side […]

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Sage Evoke Reel Review

September 16, 2014
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Last summer, the good folks at Sage released a new ‘specialty’ series of reels called the Evoke. According to Sage, the Evoke was the answer to the question, ‘what would many of the most hardcore fly fishers who take on big anadromous fish and powerful saltwater species want in a fly reel.’ Well, that was […]

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Gearing Up for Bonefish – 5 Favorite Posts

September 10, 2014
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With a little over a month away, our bonefishing season at Andros South is just around the corner. We have to admit, we’re growing a little impatient ourselves to get back on the flats, and have already started gearing up for the season to come. Hopefully you are too! Good planning is the key to a successful […]

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How Far Should I Lead a Bonefish?

September 2, 2014
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A question we get asked all the time at Andros South is ‘how far should I lead a bonefish?’ In other words, how far in front of the fish should I aim my cast? Bonefish are almost always moving and therefore it is important to present the fly far enough in front to avoid ‘lining’ […]

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Andros South Guest Post: 10 Things I Would Do Differently on My Next Bonefishing Trip

August 30, 2014
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Our bonefishing season at Andros South is just around the corner and we can’t wait to get back on the flats. We have a feeling that some of you might feel the same way, and may even be gearing up for a bonefish trip of your own! Last season, we were fortunate to spend a […]

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A Better Way to Start the Morning

August 25, 2014
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We’re nearing the end of our Alaska and British Columbia seasons and that can only mean one thing positive.. Our bonefishing season at Andros South is just around the corner! Wouldn’t you rather start your morning like this? Drop us a line and make it happen! More Cool Photos from Andros South South Andros Mini-Gallery […]

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Bonefish!

August 20, 2014
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We’ve been cranking away at our Northern operations for a few months now, so a lot of our posts lately have been about salmon and trout and such. Here’s a cool picture of a bonefish!  Thanks to our good friend Wayne Walts for the inspiration on this one. More on Bonefish at Andros South All […]

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Sea Lice at Andros South?

August 6, 2014
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Sea lice, those little parasites found on fresh salmon and steelhead in our rivers in Alaska and British Columbia are pretty cool. A quick examination reveals just how long ago the fish has entered freshwater, almost down to the hour! We’re pretty lucky to be located only a few miles from the salt and therefore […]

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