Saturday’s Shoutout / Weekend Fly Fishing Reads

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This week’s Saturday Shoutout I’ve chosen three unique fly fishing reads that you’ll want to check out.

The Orvis Guide to Prospecting for Trout – Tom Rosenbauer

Its been no secret lately that Tom Rosenbauer from Orvis has become one of my favorite fly fishing technical writers. This past week I read an excerpt from his book, Orvis Guide to Prospecting for Trout, on MidCurrent that wowed me. I’ve been trout fishing most of my life now, and after reading the excerpt from his book, he made me feel like I’ve only just begun to scratch the service in my knowledge and understanding of trout water. If you’re looking to up your trout fishing game, Tom Rosenbauer won’t let you down. I can’t wait to get my hands on the full copy of this book and read it cover to cover.

Check out the long excerpt from Tom’s book at MidCurrent.

The Bonefish Flat Interviews Marshall Cutchin

This past week The Bonefish Flat blog interviewed Marshall Cutchin, retired flats fly fishing guide and owner of MidCurrent and Skiff Republic. It’s a great interview that showcases Marshall’s easy going personality, his fly fishing journey in the industry and what he finds most important these days–having fun.

Polly, talks Grayling on her blog – A Flyfisherlady’s Life

You don’t hear much about fly fishing for grayling these days. Many anglers write the species off, claiming they lack challenge and don’t live up to the high-class of trout, but I find them beautiful and amazing fish. In Alaska, they’ve been documented to live well over 30 years in nature. That’s pretty cool, but even cooler is how they rise to dry flies. In my opinion, there’s not a prettier site in fly fishing. Check out Polly’s post, “50 Shades of Grayling” on her blog, and hear her eloquent words that pay tribute and respect to grayling.

Keep it Reel,

Come fish with us in the Bahamas!

Kent Klewein
Gink & Gasoline
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