“Six Things Salt Water Fly Anglers Can Learn From Plug Fisherman” in Field & Stream Online

I’ve long believed that anglers using different methods can learn much from each other. That’s what Six Things Salt Water Fly Anglers Can Learn From Plug Fisherman, now available at Field & Stream Online, is all about: going to school on anglers who are fishing differently than you. I got the idea from books like Surfcasting Around The Block by Dennis Zambrotta, and Night Tides: The Striper Fishing Legend of Billy The Greek by Michael Cinquemani. Neither book is about fly fishing, but each is loaded with pearls and gems that will help make you a better fly angler.

I’d like to thank Jerry Audet from InDeepOutdoors.com, Dan Wells, and Dennis Zambrotta for sharing their experiences and expertise. I have a lot of respect for these guys and their passion for striped bass.

On this day, we both learned that the bass were scattered and small.

2 comments on ““Six Things Salt Water Fly Anglers Can Learn From Plug Fisherman” in Field & Stream Online

  1. rich rubin says:

    Steve, nice article. I do both fly and spin/conventional in salt and enjoy them both. I prefer the fly rod , but if on the beach and fish are out of reach or I can’t control my line, flyrod will go and rest in my 4runner. If i am walking the Rhody beach I have been known to carry both!
    Hope I can make it next tuesday
    RIch

    Good health is true wealth

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