Saturday Shoutout / Rosenbauer Bares All

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If you think you know Tom Rosenbauer, you need to hear this podcast. Tom is an icon in the world of fly fishing. It’s hard to think of anyone who has done more to introduce new anglers to the sport. We all listen to his Orvis...



Alice’s Angle, Catch of a Lifetime

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By: Alice Tesar FLY FISHING IN ITS ESSENCE, IS A SOLO SPORT. EVEN FOR ANGLERS IN LOVE, IT’S A TRICKY ROUTE TO NAVIGATE.   I’ve observed two types of romantic relationships in the all-consuming world of fly-fishing: relationships that allow one individual to obsess over fishing individually...



Cataract Surgery Update And Smith Optics Giveaway

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By Louis Cahill I’m half way through the process of replacing my eye’s natural lenses and doing well. Here’s an update and a fun way for you to win a pair of Smith Optics fishing glasses. First, let me say thanks for all of the well wishes...



Through A Lens Darkly

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What is an angler without his eyes? All of my life I have defined myself by my eyes. Certainly as a photographer, and as I developed in the sport, more and more as an angler. My vision has been at the center of my life, in...



Saturday Shoutout / Casting in Jaguey Grande, Cuba

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Kids, some barely waist high, casting fly rods in the dirt streets of Jaguey Grande. Not the common picture of Cuba. This film tells a remarkable story of a Cuban man who couldn’t have children of his own, and instead became the father of a town,...