Flyfishing for whiting

Never trust anyone who tells you catching a whiting on fly is easy. You'll know every other fishing story they spin is a complete fabrication, or monumental exaggeration at best. Whiting are a tough fish to catch - particularly on surface flies. The proverbial fish of a thousand casts. I'm addicted to it because of... Continue Reading →

Catching whiting and bass on fly

Over the Christmas break I had the opportunity to canoe fish from the saltwater mouths of rivers for bream and whiting all the way up to the fresh for bass. At this time of year the water is warm, cicadas are chirping and fish are looking up. Perfect conditions for surface fly action! In this... Continue Reading →

Lure fishing for whiting

In my neck of the woods, late October signals the start of the religious season for whiting. It is when they start looking up to the heavens, pondering the eternal questions of life. Whether they find salvation is anyone’s guess. All I know for sure is with their eyes upturned, they begin to notice my... Continue Reading →

Fly fishing for whiting

Whiting are a tricky fish to catch on a fly. After a few years trying I finally landed one. In the summer months whiting are great surface lure targets. Light spinning outfits with stickbait surface lures produce the goods. Long casts are important because whiting are attracted to a steady retrieve, so the more distance you... Continue Reading →

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