Georgia Man Catches Trout On Car Key, But Why?

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By Louis Cahill WHY IN THE HELL WOULD YOU FISH THAT? I'M GLAD YOU ASKED. TO PROVE A POINT. For some reason this year I have run into more anglers with attitude than usual. Ranging from the dry fly purest who think they walk on the water...



Facebook, A Matter of Life and Death

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"Gone Fishing! Great way to start the New Year with a little father / son outing." That's what Harry Murray's Facebook status read on New Year's day. I was thrilled, and confused. You see, I had heard through the fly fishing grapevine the Harry had passed...



More Eye Surgery News.

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By Louis Cahill WELL, HERE WE GO AGAIN. I apologize for being a little self involved lately. I have posted updates because it’s the best way I have of letting friends and G&G readers know what’s up. Please bare with me. If you are not up to...



Tom Keck Is My Role Model

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In September of 2009 I was fishing the South Platte below Spinney Reservoir, the stretch they call the Dream Stream. When I noticed this gentleman casting trico patterns to the far bank...from a wheelchair. I watched for a bit as he worked a pod of rising...



Lionfish – Tasty on Pizza, Hell on the Ecosystem

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Lionfish may be the mother of all invasive species. Take a moment to think about this: a lionfish (native to the Indo-Pacific) has no natural predators in the Atlantic ocean. It can live up to fifteen years, reaching sexual maturity in less than a year. Once...