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,...



Three-dudes walk into a parking lot

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By: Alice Tesar Louis Cahill, Editor and Chief Fly Fisher of Gink and Gasoline, recently published an article Tom Rosenbauer’s 8 Tips To Becoming a Better Fly Fisher and tip #5 is an invaluable lesson: “Don’t be an asshole on the water.” You see, I’ve met...



First look at the Ibera Wetlands

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By Louis Cahill Every now and then I have to remind myself that a redfish tail isn’t going to pop up along the edge of the grass. The scene looks familiar but what lurks below the surface is a bit more sinister. The Ibera Wetlands, in northern...



Saturday Shoutout / The Creek

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WITH A LOT OF LOVE, AND A LITTLE WORK, EVERYTHING WORKS OUT. Trout fishing, fatherhood, self exploration. Nothing a little leg work can’t tackle. This beautiful little film touches on it all. Take the journey for a little hard won trout fishing in Sweden. THE CREEK ...



Why Gink And Gasoline?

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I get that question all the time, it’s time I answered it. When my buddy Kent and I started Gink and Gasoline we were driving all   over the country chasing fish on the fly. Things were simpler then and a hell of a lot of...