Summer’s Over

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Here’s one image and and a brief story from an essay I did for Hatch Magazine. To see the rest of the images visit Hatch. You’ll be glad you did. In August of 2010, at he end of a hectic and exhausting summer, I found...



Take The Right Fish

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As I’ve said plenty of times I’m a dedicated catch and release angler. That said, I recognize that it’s a personal choice that I have come to in my own time. There are a lot of good ethical anglers out there who keep a fish...



A Closer Look

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In honor of fall here’s a closer look at male Southern Appalachian Brook Trout in spawning colors.  This little guy is clearly a mature adult at four inches long.  Perfect. Louis Cahill Gink & Gasoline www.ginkandgasoline.com hookups@ginkandgasoline.com   Sign Up For Our Weekly Newsletter!  ...



South Andros, A Love Story

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I love the Bahamas. It hits me about this time every year. Just about the time I start pulling out the polar fleece and looking for my fishing gloves I start thinking about Andros. I love the cold weather, it’s not that, it’s just become...



The Grandbaby

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Up in the North Georgia hills up past Suches, up about Hells Holler and Devils Den they tell a story. They say that when the leaves turn the color of blood and the moon hangs like a old orange pumpkin in the sky and a...