Sitting On Top Of The World

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DAN FLYNN STALKS BROOK TROUT IN AN UNDISCLOSED LOCATION. Summer is here and for those of us in the southeast it's time to beat it to the headwaters for a little Brookie fishing. If that's your game, water falls like this one over a hundreds feet...

Yellowhammers and Specks

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"I thought you might like these," my brother Tom holds out an old yellowed envelope. "I found them going through some of Pete's things." William Starling Cahill, who preferred to be called Pete, was my Grandfather and the man who taught me to fly fish. He's...

Saturday Shoutout / Bringing Back The Brooks

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What do Brook Trout mean to you? I almost choked the first time I saw Chris Hunt's site, "Eat More Brook Trout." That's not a critique. I totally understand that, in some places, brook trout are an invasive species threatening native fish. Too many anglers don't...

Georgia Brook Trout Management is a Dirty Shame

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IT'S A SOUTHERN THING AND YOU GOT TO UNDERSTAND. They are maligned and loathed, as an invasive species, in many of my friends' home waters but here in Georgia, the brook trout is our only native trout. They once held dominion over the roughly four thousand...