Strange things happen in the desert. Whipping winds change your plans, giant goldfish test your drag, suburban bass and neighborhood grass carp drive you to the edge of madness, and business owners operate in the nude. It's not a freaky dream, just a week in the life of host Joe Cermele and F&S blogger Tim Romano, who set out to shoot the first episode of Hook Shots this year in Arizona to get a break from winter.
Learn more about the tactics and tackle used during this episode, plus all the info you need to make this same trip.
How a little dirt goes a long way in fooling suckermouths.
Why natural colors aren't always the way to go for spawning bass.
By Joe Cermele
You may recall a few months ago I ran a post about how much I just adore articulated streamers. They're pretty much all I use for trout these days. Well, after the Somerset Fly Show, I now also adore Fish Skull's Articulated Shanks. Check out the video. Fly tyers...this one's for you.
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