Tag Archives: Saltwater

Worried About Piracy in Seychelles? Don’t Be. Here is Why.

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Worried About Piracy in Seychelles?  Don’t Be… It is impossible to accurately describe a trip to Seychelles.  There is simply nothing that compares with the beauty, uniqueness, and sensational flats fishing.  We have collectively visited Alphonse Island five times, on … Continue reading

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New Toys at Tailwaters!

Stormfront divided interior pockets. Photo by: Bart Larmouth

Well, Snowmageddon 2011 hasn’t slowed the influx of new items here at the shop. We have two new toys that just showed up: First is the Ross F1 reel, that we’ve been waiting oh-so-patiently for – Ross’ most high-tech reel … Continue reading

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“Top Ten Reasons” to chase Redfish in Louisiana

Sam-Gioldasis-Redfish

All-Star client and friend, Sam Gioldasis, came up with his “Top Ten Reasons” for returning to the marshes of Southern Louisiana to chase redfish.  Not a shabby testimonial.  Thanks Sam! From Sam Gioldasis – Dallas, TX David, I want to … Continue reading

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Louisiana Redfish, Non-Blackened.

More Pano love. Photo by: Bart Larmouth

Just over a week ago, I had the pleasure of heading down to Port Sulphur, LA to FINALLY complete a Redfish trip that had been planned since January. Then re-booked due to weather. Then again due to weather. Then again … Continue reading

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REDRUM REDRUM — Louisiana Redfish

Louisiana Redfish

This past week I was fortunate enough to host a group of 5 to the comfortable Woodland Plantation in southern Louisiana. As an employee of Tailwaters Fly Fishing Co, I assumed the position of a host for the group. I … Continue reading

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Seychelles… March 26 – April 5, 2009

Yea baby!   Photo By:  David Leake

  One of my favorite benefits of being in the fly fishing industry is having the opportunity to revisit epic fishing spots. In this case, my visit to Alphonse Island and the St. Francois Lagoon in Seychelles was my fourth. … Continue reading

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Seychelles 2009 – Brent’s Journal

David with a Batfish. Photo by: Brent Boone

This time of year traveling is a bitch….our original itinerary was to leave Dallas at 3:20 for a one hour flight to Houston and a 6:30 departure for Dubai.  Well, after sitting on the runway in Dallas for two hours … Continue reading

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Back from the Seychelles

Brent and David with their respective tans. Photo courtesy of: David Leake

David and Brent have returned safely from the Seychelles, complete with a thousand stories and pictures to match! They are both going through their respective travel journals, and will  have their full posts up soon! For the time being, enjoy … Continue reading

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Brent & David in the Seychelles

Well, word has finally trickled in from the far side of the globe, and David and Brent have successfully made it to the Seychelles for the start of our hosted trip. We will hopefully have a few updates as the … Continue reading

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Brent & David in the Seychelles

Where is that place again?

Well, word has finally trickled in from the far side of the globe, and David and Brent have successfully made it to the Seychelles for the start of our hosted trip. We will hopefully have a few updates as the … Continue reading

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