Kind of a cool site… I have the book but haven’t actually started marking off this list yet.
I have 46 more to go and I counted a trip I’m taking next month. So, how many do you have left? Do you have a bucket list like this? Or maybe a […]
Thanks @flyfishingVol for his recommendation of Pale Morning Done by Jeff Hull as a good fly fishing novel. I read the first chapter last night and I can’t wait to continue reading today! BTW, if you want to check it out and it’s in the Kindle store for immediate gratification, here’s a link […]
Yes, in the back of my mind, I thought just maybe…. I’ll run off to Alaska and ditch all my responsibilities to spend every waking hour on the water either catching monster fish or helping others land the fish of their lifetime. Little did I know about the non-stop non-fishing work, the poop, and the […]
I finished reading Rick Passek’s The Freshman FlyFisher Book today. He’s taken a very different angle to helping introduce fly fishing to new anglers wanting to join the club of obsessed fly fishing folks. He doesn’t write like a quote “writer”. He writes like an extremely knowledgeable friend or fly shop owner would. It’s […]
Rick Passek was kind enough to send me a couple of his The Freshman FlyFisher series of books to review – The Freshman FlyFisher – A Beginners Guide for a New Generation and The Freshman FlyFisher’s Insect Guide.
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Ran across a blog I wasn’t familiar with today – Flyfish Fanatic. Found it on Twitter – @FlyFishFanatic. It’s a good read. The author of the blog, Rick Passek, is also the author of a book called The Freshman Flyfisher. I haven’t checked it out yet, but there can’t be enough good beginner […]
I’m in the process of reading Jerry Kustich’s book, “At the River’s Edge: Lessons Learned in a Life of Fly Fishing”. I’ve been reading John Gierach books at night for the last few years and although I love them, it’s nice to a book with a different voice and […]
I ran in to Sportsman’s Finest, my local fly shop, this afternoon and noticed that the book, Fly-Fishing the Texas Hill Country was released. i have an early edition by Bud Priddy, but have been anticipating the updated version for years. Texas fly fishing forums have been full of rumors about the release […]
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