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Lost Coast Anglers


Capt. Brian Jill guides the crystal clear waters of Tampa Bay and the Gulf Coast of Florida. Fly fishing in shallow water for Reds, Snook, and Tarpon doesn't get better than this!

My Week in Florida

I've just returned from a week of fly fishing with my buddy Brian Jill of Trout Bum Diaries fame down on his home waters around Clearwater, Florida.





After some technical difficulties at the Fly Fishing Film Tour in Portland, Oregon prevented the second half of the scheduled presentation from being shown, attendees were treated to a special pre-release viewing of the second installment of the Trout Bum Diaries. Jealous that you missed it? Don't worry, you can now get your very own copy on DVD.

Handcrafted Fly Wallets

Looking for a truly one-of-a-kind fishing accessory? Marc Crapo can craft you a custom leather fly wallet with a burned design of your choice.






Fly Fishing Film Tour





Fly Fishing Entertainment Hits Big Screens Across the Nation

The Angling Exploration Group, a media production company specializing in adventure fly fishing entertainment, recently announced an updated film and venue list for their upcoming film tour. The tour will visit over thirty cities nation-wide and kicks off January 12th, 2007 at the Patagonia World Headquarters in Ventura, California.

International Permit Rescue (I.P.R.)

The locals call them "pumpkinheads" or "snubbies", and according to the IGFA they're Snubnose Pompano, but those who have cast a crab fly to them on the flats will agree; they're definitely deserving of the Permit title.

The author with his first Permit or should we say Indo Pacific Permit

West Coast Snook in Mexico

While Randall was busy catching giant tarpon in Florida (article to follow), I went down to the state of Nayarit on the west coast of Mexico. We spent some time fishing in Sayulita and catching roosterfish, jacks, dorado, and even a tripletail, but the real highlight was an exploratory mission into the mangroves in the northern part of the state...

'Guilt Free' Fish Farming?

An article was published today in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer about offshore fish farming in Hawaii. The Almaco Jack, known as kahala in Hawaii is supposedly the newest aquaculture miracle and is being branded as Kona Kampachi. The downside is each farmed Almaco Jack will still devour several times its own body weight in wild-fish ground into meal. Guilt-free fish or another public distraction to the problems facing the world's oceans?




The River and Reef crew has been busy over the past month, logging a few personal firsts and exploring some new water in the southern hemisphere. Full report coming soon...






More photos compliments of Spanish Fly here


Death of a Trout Stream

A first hand account of the effects of the drought that has been affecting the American West for the past several years, witnessed by the author firsthand in early 2005. Low precipitation equals more irrigation pumping, and many small isolated trout streams are unknown victims in the battle for water, lacking the protections provided to the larger salmon and steelhead-bearing streams.


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