Sunday Classic / Expressionist Brown

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Study the stream bed, brown and green. Through ripples and reflections, we find rocks and wood, maybe a shining piece of metal someone has left behind. Even the flash of a flake of mica in the sand, no bigger than a fishes scale. How is...

Sunday Classic / It’s The Little Things

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"I know it when I see it!" Kent and I were doing a presentation at a fly shop the other day and after showing a couple of hundred fishing photos, during the Q&A part of the program, a fellow raised his hand and asked "do you...

Opening Day

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Is the end of the beginning the beginning of the end? For years, maybe decades, my buddy Dan and I have kept a tradition. To be on Dan's home water together on opening day of trout season. This is a high point on the calendar for...

Expressionist Brown

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Study the stream bed, brown and green. Through ripples and reflections, we find rocks and wood, maybe a shining piece of metal someone has left behind. Even the flash of a flake of mica in the sand, no bigger than a fishes scale. How is...

Saturday Shoutout / Fires Creek In Peril

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THERE ARE FEW SUBJECTS THAT I'M AS PASSIONATE ABOUT AS WILD TROUT. Doubly so when the trout in question are at risk. These issues get a lot of attention in the west but are often ignored here in the southeast. The treasures of the Appalachians are,...