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On The Fly


Sport fishing aboard the... {short description of image}With Capt. Al Anderson

 
   

ON THE FLY ON THE FLY ON THE FLY

THINK YOU'RE UP TO THE CHALLENGE of subduing either a YELLOWFIN or BLUEFIN capable of reaching 40 mph? If so, no better way to find out than to give us a try. Recent articles in The FISHERMAN, Saltwater FLY FISHING, etc. have documented our growing success with yellowfin, bluefin, as well as a variety of bonito species and dolphin. Look for several articles this year profiling school bluefin, dolphin, and bonito on 9-12W's, with insights into eliminating common tackle failure.
September usually finds oodles of Atlantic (Green) bonito in the Mud Hole ESE of Block Island, where a chum fly or weighted Clouser in the slick simply "murders 'em". If you've never experienced the "bite in a chum slick", perhaps this is the year to do so. Block Island's North Bar in June & July offered great action with stripers, no competition from other boats, and the chance for a heavyweight bass.



              

         

 

TUNA

       

         

STRIPERS

         

       

MAHI

 

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Late September 42 lb. Atl.
bluefin tuna on a 9W outfit.


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