There’s a giant-sized stone couch atop Cader Idris, a mountain near Snowdonia, in Wales, and in ancient British lore if you were brave enough to spend the night, in the morning you’d have become either dead, mad or a poet. … Continue reading
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It’s only May, but George Daniel‘s Dynamic Nymphing is already our favorite flyfishing book of 2012, and is likely to stay in the top spot. It’s the best sort: the kind that not only motivates you to go fishing, but … Continue reading
A great dark form slides slowly across a pool at Chungju as its consciousness dims. It remembers Han Sang-hun’s voice, that it knew in youth, but has since faded, a lifetime away.
Well, I promised you a review of the inaugural edition of Pulp Fly, and, lo and behold, it appeared on my iPad a few hours ago. I managed to put it down through one long couch session this morning. It’s … Continue reading
It looks like the April 1 launch is held up in the caprices of the Kindle Store, but Pulp Fly is definitely worth paying attention to (and, probably, money for), from the contribs list alone. Your humble servant will have … Continue reading
Public access is the greatest gift fishing enthusiasts enjoy from the State, and it comes with many conditions attached. It grants equal ability to enjoy the world’s most prized environments to anyone with a fishing license and means to arrive. … Continue reading
Idylwilde Flies has a great list of what makes a good fishing partner. How do you rank? If you score a 10 of 10 on this list, contact me immediately!
Fly Fisherman has a great story about a true trout stalker named Don, who, with his 14-foot noodle, daps for trout all through the glory zone in western Montana and Idaho. Even if you doubt you’ll ever try that technique, … Continue reading
I spent yesterday horsing around at the Fly Fishing Show in Somerset, New Jersey. It’s always a nice thrill to get to break out of the winter doldrums for a day and get to feel some good fishing vibes. A … Continue reading
There’s a fun discussion happening at Trout Underground about photo e-zine Catch deciding to start charging for its product. I’ve always seen Catch and its ilk as a way for an enterprising fellow to solicit resort owners for a free … Continue reading