The Fisherman

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by John Byron, A poem for Independence Day. Author unknown. Behold the fisherman. John catching salmon from a sub He riseth up early in the morning and disturbeth the whole household. Mighty are his preparations. He goeth forth full of hope, returning when the day is far spent. Smelling of strong drink and the truth...



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 ...