Frank took this 29-pound tank after a very slow stalk. Photo courtesy Lucas Bissett
Fishing for black drum is all about finding oysters. You find oysters and you find black drum. You have to fish slow, though: if you sit and wait for a few minutes when you get to your spot, you’ll see those tails start to pop up. Most of the time, these fish will muddy up the water when they are feeding, so it is. . .
Webster “Doc” Robinson was the creator of the bait-and-switch method of fly-fishing for billfish. In this archival film, we actually get to witness the very first marlin ever caught on a fly. Doc’s wife, Helen, is a real pro at. . .
Here’s a very cool video of fly-fishing for small tarpon in Mexico, including many acrobatic leaps. Although I have chased the big fish in the keys (to no avail, I might add), I really think that this looks more my speed. . . .