Posted in Commentary and Reflections

In Remembrance: Seeing the Forests For the Tree

Yesterday Puget Sound was hit by an unusually powerful storm; unusual that is for late August – this was more typical of a late autumn storm. A warm front brought high winds in the morning (gusts as high as 53 knots [61 mph]), and was followed by a cold front…

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Posted in General Comments

The Legend of Lefty: Anthrax and Groupies

A new profile of Lefty Kreh in Garden and Gun magazine has just been published. The more I read about this remarkable man, the more I wish I could get to meet him in person. There’s new information in this article, including how he was exposed to anthrax while working…

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Posted in Technique and Tips

Avoiding Fly Line Spaghetti

Among the biggest frustrations for fly fishers, common across all skill levels, is the coiled mass of fly line or running line that presents itself at the most inopportune time. Whether its the rising trout, jumping salmon, or tailing bonefish, the time comes for a critical shot and your cast…

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