West And East

by Carlos Baz August 27, 2014

I did not fish the tarpon migration this year. Nor did I give chase to hefty spring time redfish wallowing in a meadow of turtle grass or pot-bellied snook foraging before […]

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Stripes

by Carlos Baz May 10, 2014

Spring. Battleground season in the Northeast when the warm, pleasant and consistent summery weather begins its war of attrition with the holdover days of winter. Short, cold and wet and dug into the latter […]

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One Vague Word

by Carlos Baz March 20, 2014

It was the third redfish we had seen since poling up onto the flat. Selfsame as the last two. Oversized and broad across the shoulders and neck where the small […]

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Bar Tricks

by Carlos Baz January 23, 2014

It has been more than three full months since I have been able to fly a loop, with its tiny payload of steel and fur and feather, towards the scaled, […]

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The End

by Carlos Baz November 12, 2013

The End   Dread ocean. Nerved entire, with the infinite vermiculate entwine of contradictory water. Elemental blues that rise. Fall. Run. Steer the tide beating across Shag Lump. Feel the restless […]

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The 2013 Herman Lucerne Memorial Backcountry Fishing Championship

by Carlos Baz October 22, 2013

I first learned of the Herman Lucerne Memorial  about three and a half years ago. It was during the wee hours of a Monday night. Or a Tuesday morning depending […]

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