Tag Archives: fly-fishing for redfish

Photo of the Day: Young Anglers Stalking Red Ghosts

Written by: Capt. Jason Sullivan, Rising Tide Charters


Jack Given shows off one of nine redfish that he landed during the RedGhost Stalk tournament.
Photo by Capt. Jason Sullivan

I had a great time fishing the RedGhost Stalk out of Islamorada, Florida, earlier this week. The RedGhost Stalk is a junior-angler tournament for redfish and bonefish. It is historically one of. . .

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Photo of the Day: A Child’s First Drum

Written by: Simon Perkins, Orvis Adventures


Simon and Els Perkins hope that this will be the first of many close encounters with fish for Pippa.
Photo by John Irwin

Here is a picture from a recent trip that Els and I took to Charleston, South Carolina. We fished with Orvis endorsed guide John Erwin of Fly Right Charters. This redfish was. . .

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Photos of the Day: Banging the (Red) Drum in Florida

Written by: Scott Graham, North Park Anglers


That’s a big fish for a guy from Colorado.
All photos by David Mangum

I was recently in Panama City Beach, Florida, and looked up David Magnum of Shallow Water Expeditions to go fishing for a day. Dave had an opening and was able to put me on a few. . .

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Photos of the Day: One-Piece Lone-Star Redfish


Written by: Phil Monahan

Capt. Bryan Robinson shows of a fine Texas redfish taken on the new one-piece Helios 2.
Photos courtesy Capt. Bryan Robinson,

The new Helios 2 one-piece rods are starting to make their way out on the water more and more, and the reviews have been nothing short of spectacular. Capt. Bryan Robinson—who guides for. . .

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Photo of the Day: The Belle of the Ball

Written by: Capt. Jason Sullivan, Rising Tide Charters


Orvis’s Tyler Atkins looks pleased with this hard-won Florida redfish.
Photo by Capt. Jason Sullivan

The Florida Keys Fishing Guides Association hosts the Annual Swamp Guides Ball Fishing Tournament and Auction out of Islamorada, Florida. The event is an all-release snook, redfish, . . .

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