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March 2005

On the cover: Paul Johnson proudly displays a nice Yucatán permit. Photo by Barry and Cathy Beck.

February 18, 2005
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A Reflection of Nature
Add realism to your flies with a little biology.
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A new Texas lodge serves up world-class redfishing with Southern hospitality.
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“The Good and the Bad”
 
**Fly Lines
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**Site Fishing
**Find out what’s online now.

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“The Great Salmon Debacle”

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Saltwater 101
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Casting
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Perspective

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New Products
A roundup of gear for the salt-water fly-rodder.
 
Hot Spots
Homosassa, Morehead City and kayaking Ascension Bay.

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 “Back to School”

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Action Craft 2310, McKee Craft Marathon 184 CC
 
**Q&A; with Lefty Kreh
**Questions about loop-to-loop connections, cleaning lines, catching permit, choosing heavy rods and more.

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