The permit’s Latin name, Trachinotus falcatus, identifies the species as a real warrior. Trachinotus is a fusion of Greek words that mean “rough back,” while falcatus is a Latin adjective that translates roughly to “armed with scythes.”Read More
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Podcast: Bonefish and Permit Secrets, with Greg Vincent
This week, I interview Greg Vincent of H2O Bonefishing. Greg shares his tips for what distinguishes a great bonefisher from someone who just goes fishing for bonefish and permit . . .Read More
Photo Essay: Belize is Back in Business!
Our friend Ali Flota from El Pescador on Ambergris Caye in Belize reports that they had an excellent reopening week after the Belize government opened the international airport on October 1. She says that the travel felt very safe, . . .Read More
Photo and Story: Sticking to the Game Plan for Permit on Grand Bahama
Wind is a normal occurrence and something that we expect when we’re poling and searching the flats. It’s loud, annoying, and distracting, and it most definitely makes communication between guide and angler more . . .Read More