Cut A Dovetail Every Day

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Woodworking has taught me a few things about fly fishing. Before Gink and Gasoline I was, for a time, very involved in the world of woodworking. I was fortunate to photograph and spend time working with some of the most talented folks in the field, many...



Windy Days and Playing Fish

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By Bob Reece On my home waters in Wyoming, wind is a nearly constant factor. This weather altering force can also act as a source of frustration for many anglers. However, this seemingly negative nemesis can be used as a casting ally. While I spend most...



Confessions of a Fish Counter

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I'm really excited to share a chapter from from Tosh Brown's new book "Top of the Flood, halfway through a fly fishing life"! I received and advance copy and I can't say enough about how much I like it. Here's my quote from the book...



How I Almost Owned A Trout Stream

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By Jon Tobey NOW THAT THEY ARE SELLING IT, I CAN FINALLY TELL THE STORY OF WILLIAMSTOWN GULF. When my dad was in high school, he and his 3 best friends bought a trout stream. I know it sounds like something out of Trout Fishing in America,...



There’s No Such Thing As A Bad Perm

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YOU KNOW WHAT THEY SAY. THERE ARE NO SMALL PERMS. Just perms, and big perms. Happy perms and happy clouds. If you can't catch perms, you can always drink. Here's Bob Ross to teach you how! http://vimeo.com/32582348 The Bob Ross Drinking Game...