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Pesca Maya gallery

A gallery of images from Pesca Maya Lodge in Ascension Bay, Mexico

Australia’s Northern Territory

We have been relatively slow here in the UK to cotton onto the fact that the NT has been on the radar of some of the world’s best anglers for a very long time.

How to Tie a Palomar Knot

The Palomar knot is very simple and perfect for tying on flies and hooks. It ranks alongside the Trilene knot as the strongest knot for attaching a fly to a tippet.
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Chasing Salt

https://youtu.be/0ZmdL6JBCgw

Tagged Tarpon Travels 400 Miles

The Bonefish and Tarpon Trust (BTT) began to acoustically tag tarpon in May to expand knowledge of tarpon habitat use and movement.

How Do We ‘Kick Plastic’?

Costa, a company committed to sustainable sport fishing practices and ocean conservation, will once again bring the ocean trash issue to the conversation forefront.

Rare Catch On The Fly In Thailand

Well-known Bangkok-based fishing guide Jean-Francois Helias has passed along news of a pretty rare catch on any tackle in Thailand, let alone on the fly like in this case. The mysterious Wallago.

Alligator Gar Goes For The Record

Avid fly fisherman and world record chaser Richard Hart recently submitted an application for the heaviest alligator gar ever recorded by the International Game Fish Association on fly tackle.

BTT Deploys First Tarpon Acoustic Tags

In partnership with UMass Amherst and Carleton University, the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust (BTT) has officially launched 'The Atlantic Tarpon Acoustic Tagging Project' by tagging its first two fish in the Lower Florida Keys! Two acoustic tags were placed in tarpon this week by BTT contributing scientists Lucas Griffin from UMass Amherst and Jake Brownscombe from Carleton University.

Alphonse News – The Final Week

The final week of the 2015/16 season on Alphonse Island ended with a giant GT and the 60th permit plus the annual south-east monsoon season is finally on its way signalling the end of fishing.