fly fishing

Rainbow Trout

Rainbow Trout

Rainbow trout get their name from the beautiful colors that shine on their skin. Coloration of the rainbow trout varies.
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Tarpon

Tarpon

Female tarpon grow as large as 300 pounds and can reach over 8ft long. The females can live for over 50 years.
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BoneFish

BoneFish

The bonefish is silvery in color, with a long, deeply forked tail and a single dorsal fin; head covered by cartilage.
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BlueFish

BlueFish

As these fish move north feeding, they tend to grow. Early Spring finds lots of 10 to 12 inch fish chewing up baits.
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RedFish

RedFish

Redfish migrate. They don’t usually go north and south along the Atlantic; many have been tagged and found doing that.
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Seatrout

Seatrout

Seatrout are members of the drum family – a distant relative to a redfish. Several close varieties including spotted seatrout.
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Snook

Snook

Snook population is on the rebound, even though the season is closed more than it's open you can still catch and release.
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King Salmon

King Salmon

Salmon is the common name for fish in the order Salmoniformes. They live in the northern Atlantic and Pacific oceans.
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Snakehead

Snakehead

Snakeheads look very similar to the North American native Bowfin. Overall, these fish are long cylindrical with scales.
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Carp

Carp

The common carp can be easily identified by several features. First, there are two barbels on each side of the mouth.
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Red Drum

Red Drum

Red drum inhabit inshore and offshore waters along Atlantic coast from Massachusetts, Key West, Gulf of Mexico.
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