Video: Barracuda Attacks Giant Trevally


The Venturing Angler

Giant Trevally attacked by Barracuda from AOS Fly Fishing on Vimeo.

Another salty critter attack from the Seychelles has surfaced – this time with a barracuda attacking a giant trevally at Alphonse Island. Wild!

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The Seychelles are a series of islands (or archipelago) that are located nearly 1,000 miles off the coast of Southeast Africa in the Indian Ocean. The Republic of the Seychelles is made up of 115 ecologically diverse islands and even include two UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The surrounding waters are also diverse and hold a wide range of fish species that are accessible in the seemingly endless flats that are offered in these truly far out waters.

In many ways, the Seychelles remain a saltwater fly fishing frontier, and it is difficult to argue that there is a…

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3rd Annual Fly Swap

3rd Annual FFNE Fly Swap

New post is up at the Gin Clear Blogspot about the fly swap.

Marlborough Fly Fishing Show

Hmmm….. Glad I didn’t look like a wealthy fly angler at the Marlboro show.

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With gas prices under 2 bucks here in New Jersey, I decided to drive 200 miles to the Fly Fishing Show in Marlborough, Massachusetts, and look for a few deals that would make the trip pay for itself.

I always look for free stuff in the morning.

Every little bit helps, like this free keychain offered by the Maine Dept of Fisheries.


I took 4.

Stock up on practical stuff like gink, which will come in handy later…


Never pay for lunch at the show.

To do this right, you gotta pick up brochures from the guys who are promoting trips around the world, and you gotta know how to look like a rich guy.  For me, that means I buy a collared polo for the day of the show. 

I buy a fresh shirt, manufactured in the Far East, perhaps in a Shanghai sweatshop. It runs me 2.99 at…

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