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Professional Knows He’s Dying From Cancer, Then He Asks Hosp…

Professional Knows He’s Dying From Cancer, Then He Asks Hospice Caretaker To Take Him Fishing As cancer cells was taking its program on his body, he really felt that he understood he really did not have much time left. One, to be baptized, and also one more, to go angling one last duration. As cancer […]

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UK angling market ‘will certainly require EU market accessib…

UK angling market ‘will certainly require EU market accessibility’ blog post Brexit – BBC News Numerous in the UK angling market highly sustained the leave ballot in the vote Since UK angling simply generates a fifty percent of one percent of GDP and also uses simply 12,000 fishers, the Lords state that market may be […]

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Iceland plans Airbnb guidelines in the middle of tourist sur…

Iceland plans Airbnb guidelines in the middle of tourist surge Gunnar r Jhannesson, an associate teacher in location and also tourist financial investments at the University of Iceland, claimed the absence of framework was a difficulty. With Keflavk as its one portal flight terminal, Iceland was having a hard time to disperse our vacationers around […]

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Opinion: “In Defense of Counting Fish”

Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, has put together another wonderful opinion piece, this time on the topic of counting fish. I think all of us, at some level, keep track of the number of fish we catch each time on the water. That’s just a natural byproduct of fishing. What Dom argues, though, is how we can […]

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Story: “Waves and Water”

This introspective story comes to us from Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten. The point Dom makes in his story is that often we conflate fishing success with lots of trout in the net. In reality, what brings us back to fishing so often isn’t the fish, but the water itself. See if you agree with Dom’s take, […]

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Podcast: Destination Angler with Ryan Kelly

Ryan Kelly is a great friend of mine, and he’s an even better photographer. His video and still photography work is some of the best I’ve ever seen, and not just in fly fishing. Ryan’s a versatile photographer, and you’ve probably seen his work on Instagram, where he posts under the handle @Greenriverflyfisher. Ryan was […]

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2021 Traver Award Winners Announced

The American Museum of Fly Fishing and John D. Voelker Foundation announced the winners of this year’s Robert Traver Fly Fishing Writing Award. Dr. Jody Martin, of Thousand Oaks, CA, won with his story entitled “Simon’s Daughter.” In addition to Martin’s winning story – which earned him at $2,500 cash prize – the judges selected […]

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Why Bass? Reflecting on America’s Favorite Fish

It’s no secret that, even with as fervently as us fly anglers love trout, bass are still the most popular gamefish in the United States. Even with the proliferation of the rainbow trout, bass still have a sizeable lead in the popularity contest here in America. How did that come to be? And perhaps more […]

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Rare Cutthroat Stocked in Colorado

Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials announced that they’ve successfully stocked cutthroat into small streams in the Arkansas River drainage. These fish are descendants of ones that were rescued from the Hayden Pass Fire in 2016. They’ve spent the past few years at a hatchery near Crested Butte, and are now going back to the wild. […]

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