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Welcome to Piscator Flies

Welcome to Piscator flies. We pride ourselves on creating the highest quality flies possible. We only use the best hooks(Mustad,Tiemco, Partridge), hackles(Whiting, Metz), feathers(Whiting, Superfly) and materials(UNI, Hareline, Wapsi) and stand behind our flies 100%. All of our flies are hand tied in North America by highly skilled fly tyers whom just happen to fly fish as well. Take a moment to browse our selection of flies, and choose your favorites. If you don't see the fly your looking…

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Added by Terje Holm on August 31, 2011 at 7:23am — No Comments

Arctic-Adventures

The establisher and manager is Øyvind Zahl Arntzen. Keywords: 38 years old, over 30 years experience of wilderness adventures in the area. He has fished salmon and trout / char intensively since the age of 10 in the area. He is also dedicated to hunting and fjord fishing. 

He has 6 years of higher education in several disciplines. Most worth mentioning in this connection: Educated as a Norwegian ranger and within cultural studies.Ann-Kristin Basma, age 41,… Continue

Added by Terje Holm on August 31, 2011 at 7:00am — No Comments

Biggest salmon for me so far ! Farmed salmon on 16,5 kilo in a river !

 

Finally my record was beaten and mabye also the norwegian record ! This is not a wild salmon but a farmed salmon caught in a river so it must have been many years in the sea.A little disappointed when i realized it was a farmed salmon but also happy when i beat my record 11,3 kilo many years ago.

 

It was caught on a conehead tube flie and took about 10-15 min to land,was a nice and calm…

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Added by Terje Holm on August 31, 2011 at 7:00am — No Comments

Skunk Joke

The big game hunter walked in the bar and bragged to everyone

about his hunting skills. The man was undoubtedly a good shot

and no one would dispute that.



Then he said that they could blindfold him and he would recognize… Continue

Added by Jesse on March 27, 2011 at 10:45am — No Comments

Always keep your goodness and never lose your love

"Always keep your goodness and never lose your love. For then you"ll be rewarded with success in ways you never dreamed of"..You can be head and shoulders above the crowd. you dont have to be a giant to be strong, tall, and proud. All you have to be ...is someone people look up to...

Added by Jesse on March 27, 2011 at 10:00am — No Comments

Letter to God

A boy writes a letter to God. "Dear God, why do you let bad things happen in our schools?" God replied, " Dear Son, I'm not allowed in your schools."

Added by Jesse on March 5, 2011 at 1:05pm — No Comments

Catawba or Catalpa worm fishing

- am collecting stories and information on fishing experiences using Catawba worm or Catalpa worm caterpillars as fish bait. The southern Catalpa tree was named after the Catawba Indians and Catawba river of North and South Carolina. There is a northern species of the tree also. The tree is the only host for the Catalpa or Catawba moth caterpillar. The catepillar appears during the summer on the tropical looking trees eating the leaves. The caterpillars are famous here for fishing. They are… Continue

Added by Kevin Campbell on December 27, 2010 at 7:38pm — 6 Comments

Lake Guntersville Produces 9.5 Giant

16 Oct 2010 - Lake Guntersville Fishing Report, 9.5 Giant Toad – I was joined by Ken and Lori from Dayton Ohio today for a little fun on Guntersville. We fished the Mid-Lake area, found fish in 1-8 FOW using shaky heads, Rattle Traps, Sammy’s and Buzz baits. We had blue bird clear shy’s the entire day. We had to fish hard for the bites we got. Water color ranges from slightly stained to clear for the most part. Water temp’s ranged from 68 to 71 degrees today as we departed at… Continue

Added by Jake Davis on October 16, 2010 at 9:58pm — 1 Comment

Guntersville report for 25-26 Sept 2010

25-26 September 2010 - Lake Guntersville – Spent the…

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Added by Jake Davis on September 27, 2010 at 9:48am — No Comments

Lake Guntersville-24 Sept 2010

24 September 2010 - Lake Guntersville –Fished the upper end of Lake Guntersville today, with Larry P. from Albony Ga. We put 18 plus fish in the boat mostly Largemouth…had a few spots in the mix. We both missed some really nice fish today, we caught fish on Sammy’s, flukes, and spinner baits…best producer was a Sammy! Water temps was 79 to 80.9 all day with most clear skies, and clear water. I’m no the water this weekend with some folks out of Kentucky…we’re going to start tomorrow morning at… Continue

Added by Jake Davis on September 24, 2010 at 10:13pm — No Comments

Become one with nature, then marinade it!

Hey all! I started a new website for wild game and fish recipes about 2 months ago. Would love it if y'all stopped by and posted a recipe or two! http://www.wildkitchen.net





Thanks!…

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Added by Jodi Smith on July 27, 2010 at 10:47am — 1 Comment

How to choose a fishing charter Captain in the Florida Keys

The bad economy brings out the worst in some people and the best in others.



Due to the current economic conditions, the Florida Keys are seeing an influx of people getting into the charter business without bothering to go through all the legal channels or investing in the proper gear. Establishing and maintaining a profitable charter business requires substantial investments - monetary, physical, even emotional.

If you are planning to come to the Florida Keys and are… Continue

Added by Capt. Chris Johnson on January 19, 2010 at 2:23pm — 1 Comment

A Soldiers Christmas

A Soldier's Christmas

T'was the night Before Christmas, he lived all alone,

In a one bedroom house made of plaster and stone,

I had come down the chimney with presents to give

And to see just who in this home did live,

I looked all about, a strange site did I see,

No tinsel, no presents, not even a tree,

No stockings by the mantle, Just boots…

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Added by Captain Ron on December 22, 2009 at 12:48pm — No Comments

Miami father/son catch dinner in the #FloridaKeys

SeaSquared regulars, Alec Rosen and his son Ruben from Miami, had an excellent day on the patches despite a lack of current, counting some 15 species caught during their outing. Their catch included yellowtail, mangrove and mutton snapper and cero mackerel. They also got numerous just-short red grouper and small black grouper, which were released. They took their snapper to Castaway where John prepared it grilled over rice.



Capt. Chris Johnson, SeaSquared Charters, 7 Mile Marina, MM… Continue

Added by Capt. Chris Johnson on November 17, 2009 at 4:41pm — No Comments

Recipe: Florida Keys Smoked Fish Dip using amberjack, kingfish or mackerel



Amberjack, kingfish and mackerel are plentiful and the reef right now. Catch 'em up and get smokin'!



A heavy-duty mixer or food processor makes it easier to break down the fish into a spread-like consistency, but elbow grease will work just as well.



The sweet flavors added by the roasted red pepper and hoisin sauce balance the assertive flavor of the fish. Garnish with strips of red pepper or chopped parsley, and… Continue

Added by Capt. Chris Johnson on October 24, 2009 at 2:19pm — No Comments

Fishing for greater amberjack open and thriving in the Florida Keys

Unexpectedly and without notice, the National Marine Fisheries Service has closed the greater amberjack fishery in Gulf of Mexico federal waters from October 24 through December 31, 2009. They claim an established annual recreational harvest quota has been met.



However, fishing for amberjack in Atlantic waters off the Florida Keys is open and thriving.



These members of the jack family are commonly found lingering on all… Continue

Added by Capt. Chris Johnson on October 24, 2009 at 11:23am — No Comments

Florida Keys Adrenaline Rush

Ryan DuVernay, co-owner of 7 Mile Watersports in Marathon, knows how to get an adrenaline rush, but he had a hankering to try his hand at sharkin' so we set out from the 7 Mile Marina on an outgoing tide to test a new spot in about five feet of water just off the 7 Mile Bridge.



Less than an hour after coloring the water red and baiting it with a smorgasbord of irrestible shark treats, our first guests arrived in the form of stingrays. Close behind on the buffet line were bonnethead… Continue

Added by Capt. Chris Johnson on October 7, 2009 at 9:57am — No Comments

Florida Keys Vacation Getaway for as Little as $297 per person

Splash and Dash Vacation Package in the Florida Keys for as Little as $297 Per Person

Click on this link for details: http://bit.ly/2Hevkq

Added by Capt. Chris Johnson on September 29, 2009 at 2:25pm — No Comments

Sharin' Adventures in the Florida Keys!

Catch-and-release shark fishing in the calm, shallow waters off the historic Seven Mile Bridge in the heart of the Florida Keys is great excitement for novice and experienced anglers alike. It is especially a great way for families to get out on the water and bend a rod together. Most kids exclaim it's way better than playing video games!

Here's a sharkin' video from some of my trips:

http://bit.ly/heYqg

Added by Capt. Chris Johnson on September 29, 2009 at 1:08pm — No Comments

Minnesota men rack up more great Florida Keys fishing memories!



Jerry and Dan Witowski, Howard Preston





This trio from the Minneapolis area has been fishing the Florida Keys for more years than they care to count. During this trip, they included a day of Gulf fishing with Capt. Chris Johnson and SeaSquared Charters out of the 7 Mile Marina. Upon leaving the dock, Dan announced the charter would be a success if he returned with sore… Continue

Added by Capt. Chris Johnson on September 29, 2009 at 12:58pm — No Comments

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