Michael Gracie

Pulp Fly – Check It Out

April 2, 2012
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We like telling you about quality fly fishing writing.  We like it even better when our friends are involved.  Just think how happy we are to tell you about quality fly fishing writing, written by our friends, delivered in a revolutionary new format! Pulp Fly Pulp Fly is a collection of short stories and essays […]

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Bonefishing and Stream Fishing Wrap Up

October 4, 2011
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Today we’re wrapping up Michael Gracie’s 3-part mini-series on bonefishing and trout fishing.  Need to catch up?  Here’s part 1 and here’s part 2. Thanks for the great insights, Michael! It’s All About the Presentation…I Mean Casting…No, Presentation. Just Cast! “Fly fishing is all about presentation.” – Anonymous, Omnipresent Fly Angler Unfortunately, that wisdom doesn’t […]

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More on Bonefishing and Stream Fishing

September 27, 2011
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Last week we started a 3-part series of guest posts by Michael Gracie.  The topic is how bonefishing improves your stream fishing, and part one was all about situational awareness. Today the fun continues – read on! Reading is Fundamental – We’re Talking Water, not Penguin Classics You are marching down this creek flat, when […]

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How Bonefishing Can Improve Your Day on the Stream

September 20, 2011
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Today we’re kicking off a 3-part series of guest posts from our friend Michael Gracie.  He’s the man behind michaelgracie.com, a veteran of FIBFest at Andros South, and a guy who thinks about angling more than your average bear. Like he’s thought about how bonefishing improves your other fishing, and that’s what this series is […]

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3 Good Articles

July 9, 2011
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If you like to fly fish, we think you’ll like these 3 articles. Quixotic Carp Question.  A funny man writes a funny response to a funny question about funny fish. Conservation Gets the Rusty Machete Treatment. Tom Sadler passes on bad news from Capitol Hill. Simms Brings Back Felt.  Field and Stream covers the re-introduction […]

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More Bonefishing Mythbusting

May 26, 2011
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Michael Gracie is back today, passing on more wisdom gained about his bonefishing trips to Andros South. Thanks Michael! More Bonefishing Mythbusting Last year I conveyed some myths about bonefishing in The Bahamas, and how those tall tales were nothing but. This time around I’m adding to the list, with more myth busting on guides, gear, […]

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FIBFest is Going Strong

March 31, 2011
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We’re nearing the end of Andros FIBFest 2011 – a gathering of fly fishing bloggers at Andros South in the Bahamas. Good times are being had!  A couple of folks caught their first bonefish ever (on day 1, of course).  A couple of folks produced a truly hilarious photo (don’t forget to weigh in on […]

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Facebook Caption Contest

March 29, 2011
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Andros FIBFest 2011 is happening right now at Andros South.  We’re hosting a group of folks who write about fly fishing online, and we’re having a pretty darned good time doing it. The first day of FIBFest yielded a pretty incredible photo, and it was immediately clear to us that we needed to run our […]

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Andros FIBFest 2011

March 26, 2011
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It’s time for FIBFest! This week at Andros South we’re hosting a great lineup of folks who write about fishing online.  Here’s the plan: we’re all going to go fishing, and write about it online.  FIB stands for Fishing Industry Bloggers, and is in no way a reflection of the tendency of anglers to get […]

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