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Twain and the new year

"The face of the water, in time, became a wonderful book--a book that was a dead language to the uneducated passenger, but which told its mind to me without reserve, delivering its most cherished secrets as clearly as if it uttered them with a voice. And it was not a book to be read once and thrown ...
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Fishing and floating in Costa Rica

A recent NY Times article focuses on a shallow-water fishing club that demands passion and dedication from its members. Here's an excerpt:UPALA, Costa Rica — In Costa Rica, there are fishermen, and then there are members of the Club Nacional de Pesca. In my first six months living in the co ...
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Review: MirrOlure MirrOminnow

From time to time, we'll put a new angling-related product through its paces and share an opinion about its quality, appeal and performance. This review addresses a hot new lure from a respected manufacturer.MirrOlure (L&S Bait) is a Florida-based company that has produced quality lures for d ...
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Soft plastic baits are wonderful lures that offer numerous advantages, the most evident being the ability to rig them so they're essentially snag-less. This "Texas-style" rigging is invaluable when fishing shoreline structure, as it allows you to cast more aggressively and reach further back ...
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Each month I field a question from a reader and answer it as best I can, focusing on those inquiries and responses that I believe will be of general benefit or interest. I recently received this email from Ted in south Georgia, who asks: "What's your favorite time of day to fish shallow water in ...
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If you use soft plastic lures to fish shorelines or flats, you know that they are prone to tearing after repeated casts or a solid hook-up. Many anglers simply toss the torn baits and tie on a new body. If the lure is shredded badly, that's the wise move. But if the tear is isolated to a smal ...
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The good-bye snook

One of my favorite authors, regardless of genre, is John Geirach. If you've never read his stuff, do yourself a favor and pick up one of his books -- "Death, Taxes & Leaky Waders" being a fine place to start. Mr. Geirach contends that most anglers don’t want to hear lots of details abou ...
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