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Tracking the Ghosts of the Flats: By Nick Roberts of The Bonefish & Tarpon Trust

A subtle, V-shaped wake appeared on a sun-drenched flat near Big Pine Key. As it approached the skiff, poled by Dr. Ross Boucek, Bonefish & Tarpon Trust’s Florida Keys Initiative Manager, its source was revealed: a pair of bonefish foraging on crustaceans hiding in the sand and seagrass. When the[...]

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Thomas & Thomas Catalog 2020-2021

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Makos On The Fly: By Nicholas Blixt

“IT’S PROBABLY JUST MACKEREL.” We’re three hours into a mako drift, we have exactly two seagulls to show for it, and there’s a baitball bonanza a hundred yards off our bow that we can do exactly nothing about. It’s a worst-case scenario. The guy next to me looks enviously at[...]

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Late Season Stripers on The Flats of Martha's Vineyard: By T&T Ambassador Abbie Schuster

Martha's Vineyard Flats: To me there is nothing more fun than sight fishing on the flats. The vastness of the shallow water like a Montana plain, the various shades of green and turquoise and the flourishing ecosystem within, it’s hard not to feel totally and completely happy. When I describe[...]

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EPA Withdraws Proposed Pebble Mine Restrictions: By Brian Beaton

The Bristol Bay watershed is home to world-class commercial and recreational fisheries that include sockeye, Chinook, coho, chum, and pink salmon. The status of Pebble Mine, a massive open-pit mine proposed in the watershed, has ebbed and flowed for years. But a recent decision by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)[...]

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