Spanish Salmon, Stalking the Flats, History of Pangas, Jack Miller’s Knot
- When you think of Spain, fly fishing for salmon might not be the first thing to come to mind. However, the north coast of the country has long boasted of it’s Atlantic salmon populations. And with populations in decline, local guide Luis Menendez talks to Smithsonian’s Alastair Bland about the difficulties of imposing catch-and-release restrictions.
- Flats fishermen have hunters’ hearts, and one of the most important traits is being able to stalk your prey. Head over to Florida Sportsman magazine where Jan Stephen Maizler offers prudent advice on “Low Tide Striding.”
- Pangas changed the game of sport fishing, and Pete McDonald over at Fishing Jones goes into a bit of their history.
- Disheartened by “the weakness of many common knots” Jack Miller set about creating his own. Named “Jack’s Knot” it’s a slight variation on the Davy knot, and if you’re looking for a new knot to master, make sure to check this out.