Blitz Season at The End
- By: Pat Ford
- and Paul G. Quinnett
Montauk, the terminus of land off Long Island, New York, is known as “The End.”
During autumn anglers consider it one of the country’s best fly-fishing
locations for striped bass, bluefish and false albacore.
he artwork here is excerpted from Freshwater Game Fish of North America: An Illustrated Guide by Peter Thompson, available from Fly Rod & Reel Books.
The Power of One
"Eventually, my confidence grew and I was punching casts within inches of the brush-riddled and trout-saturated banks."
- Photography by: Ted Fauceglia
Editor’s Note: This article is reprinted from the July/August 1979 issue of Rod & Reel magazine, as Fly Rod & Reel was then named. It was the first fly-design feature in this magazine’s 30-year history.
"There are more large bonefish in the shallow waters of the Florida Keys
and Biscayne Bay in Miami than any other place I know."