Sunday Classic / Use Side Pressure To Avoid Breaking Off On Snags

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You’ve got a big fish on and it’s making a screaming run straight for a big snag on the far bank. What should you do to decrease your chances of breaking off? Your best bet is to apply low side pressure with your rod while...



Saturday Shoutout / Tosh Brown Maashkinoozhe

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Tosh Brown is one of my favorite sporting Photographers and quite possibly the nicest guy in Texas! Check out this post on his blog about Musky fishing in Wisconsin.   Louis Cahill Gink & Gasoline www.ginkandgasoline.com hookups@ginkandgasoline.com   Sign Up For Our Weekly Newsletter!  ...



Sunday Classic / Art is Everywhere

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This weeks Sunday Classic is from Louis Cahill, reminding us Art is Everywhere. Floating the Henry’s Fork the other day I was struck by the beauty of the place.  This bank reminded me of the work of one of my favorite painters, Marc Rothko.  I...



The Gink and Gasoline Fly Fishing Photography Contest

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We know from reading your comments that a lot of you are not only avid fly fishers, but also enthusiastic photographers. It’s been fun and rewarding sharing my photos with you, and we want you to share in the fun, so with help from our...



Gobble Gobble – Turkey’s Multiple Uses In Fly Tying

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Do you ever find yourself wanting to pull of the road to snip off some feathers when you see one of these guys? I know it would never work, but it still doesn’t stop me from finding myself wanting to try. Turkey feathers have been...