Captain Sarah Gardner
Home Waters: I'm a life-long angler and started my fly fishing career about 30 years ago in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, but coastal North Carolina is my home now.
Boat: 23' Jones Brothers Cape Fisherman, "Fly Girl."
BIO: SAGE & RIO Ambassador, Patagonia Ambassador, photographer, writer, videographer, instructor. Personal beliefs on fly fishing: Mindfulness. You must always pay attention to what Mother Nature is telling you, even when you are charging a pod of breaking fish. Always pay attention to other activity and your bottom machine.
Targeted Species: Everything that swims in Mid Atlantic saltwater. This includes cobia, blues, spotted sea trout, red drum, false albacore, Spanish mackerel and a variety of sharks. I also host international trips to Baja, Bahamas and Guatemala with my husband Capt. Brian Horsley.
Preferred Fishing Method: My favorite method is fly fishing, but I'm not exclusive and will happily pick up a spinning Rod. I think fishing with and understanding a variety of gear makes you a better angler. However, to become a better fly angler you must resist switching to spin when conditions become difficult or fish get picky.
Captain Brian Horsley
Boat: 23' Jones Brothers Cape Fisherman, "Flat Out"
BIO: SAGE & RIO Ambassador, photographer, writer, videographer, instructor. His articles can be seen in such publications as Flyfishing in Saltwaters Magazine, Saltwater Sportsman, and Sportfishing Magazine.
As a 30 year fly fishing veteran Brian is one of the pioneers of saltwater fly fishing in the Mid-Atlantic region. He runs several popular saltwater fly fishing schools including a sailfish schools in Guatemala. He has been a regular presenter at the popular Fly Fishing Shows.