Bald Ass Tires In West Bumble @%&#

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I’d attempt to try telling you the whole story here, but I’m a much better fisherman than a story teller. The quote by Brad pretty much sums up our predicament. Next time you rent a vehicle for your next fly fishing adventure, don’t forget to check the condition of the tires on the rental before you start off on your journey. Keep it Reel, Kent Klewein Gink & Gasoline www.ginkandgasoline.com hookups@ginkandgasoline.com

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Tory’s Mellow Cast

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The notorious Tory Bevins, bonefish guide at Andros South, has his own way of doing things. And it usually works. I have the utmost respect for these Bahamian guides. They are self made fly fishers and as perfectly adapted to their environment as the fish they pursue. Tory’s mellow cast cuts the wind like a bullet. Let bonefish guide Tory Bevins teach you to cast to Bob Marly. Author’s Note:  This video was shot at approximately 4:20   Louis Cahill Gink & Gasoline www.ginkandgasoline.com hookups@ginkandgasoline.com  

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Use High Vantage Points To Improve Your Sight Fishing

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Do you see any trout in this photograph? I often utilize high vantage points during my outings to improve my sight fishing. This especially holds true for me when I only have a couple hours to fish. If conditions are optimum for sight fishing, I regularly opt for walking out of the stream and searching out high vantage points like this one above to spot big trout. Once I’ve spotted a good trout I’ll then hike down to the stream and present my fly. It’s paid off big time for me over the years when fishing highly pressured wild trout. Give it a try next time your out on the water. A closer look reveals what’s really lurking in this hole. I apologize for the poor quality camera and photography. Louis Cahill wasn’t along for this outing. Keep it Reel, Kent Klewein Gink & Gasoline www.ginkandgasoline.com hookups@ginkandgasoline.com      

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That Anchor Was New This Spring!

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It’s fair to say that Kyle Holt of Taylor Creek Fly Shop takes a few trips down the Roaring Fork. This photo of his anchor was taken in November. It has seen only a single season. No wonder that boy knows the river. Louis Cahill Gink & Gasoline www.ginkandgasoline.com hookups@ginkandgasoline.com

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You Brought a Rain Coat, Right?

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Better put it on, and rain pants, and a hat, and, hell just put your waders on! Louis Cahill Gink & Gasoline www.ginkandgasoline.com hookups@ginkandgasoline.com

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Mr President, You are Officially Invited to Go Fishing

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You buy the gas, I’ll buy the beer! Thanks, Moldy Chum for finding this great photo.

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Get Your Hike On For Wild Trout

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It’s August and it’s safe to say that we’re in the dog days of summer. Fishing conditions are tough and the only really good fishing for trout right now is the first and last couple hours of the day. Do what I do this time of year and get your hike on for wild trout on high elevation tributaries. They maintain colder water temperatures because they’re closer to the source of the springs, and since the water temperatures are cooler the fish will feed for longer periods of the day. Yeah, you’re probably not going to catch any giants, but what you will catch will be wild and colored up. Fly fishing remote hike-in trout streams can be some of the most rewarding fly fishing and allow you to get away from the crowds. The best thing about high elevation trout streams during the summer months is that you can almost always get away with strictly fishing dry flies. Pack your fly box with elk hair caddis, stimulators, and parachute adams and you should be good. Keep it Reel, Kent Klewein Gink & Gasoline www.ginkandgasoline.com hookups@ginkandgasoline.com       

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Beat the Heat

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With the worst heat wave in recent memory in full swing, wouldn’t this feel good right about now? Murphy  Kane of Bent Rod Media, caught taking a break form some epic steelheading last December.  We fished for a week and the warmest it got was 14 degrees.  Ain’t global warming grand? We didn’t just play in the snow.     Louis Cahill Gink & Gasoline www.ginkandgasoline.com hookups@ginkandgasoline.com  

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Your GPS Might Be Trying To Kill You

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I’ve said a hundred times that my iPhone will be the death of me. I always thought it would end with me texting while driving ninety five miles an hour. But apparently Hal has something more sinister up his sleeve.

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Ink for the Gink

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One of my favorite fly fishing tattoos. Zack Dalton, of Rio, has no problem committing to his home water in Idaho. Louis Cahill Gink & Gasoline www.ginkandgasoline.com hookups@ginkandgasoline.com

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