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The only thing as hard as catching a permit on fly has been finding a copy of this film...

19 hours agoHobbies / Fishing : Moldy Chum

Fly fishing for permit is a religion. It's about being in the moment and connecting with something natural, spiritual, and surreal all at once. It's about the process and letting go. It's the instant the fish eats the fly. It's the closest thing to enlightenment you'll ever get. It's SATORI! Now available via Vimeo on Demand.

How a biotech startup juiced investors with yeast, flies and zebra fish

E than Perlstein could be the Mark Zuckerberg of biotechnology, or he is the latest in a long line of scientists who dream big — but ultimately fail — to find new ways to make drugs with greater speed, efficiency and focus. No matter...Show More Summary

Be Nice to the Juveniles

A couple months back we ran a post reminding you to be nice to non-targets, those species that voluntarily climb onto your fly when you’re on the search for something else. All fish deserved to be handled with care and if catching too many fish is the problem, that’s not a bad problem to have! […]

Selecting Sink Tips

When swinging flies for salmon and steelhead, a question we get asked a lot is ‘what sink tip should I use?’ or ‘how do I know what sink tip to start with?’ Like all things fly fishing, there is no rule of thumb that pertains to every situation. There are far too many variables from […]

Jackson Hole Preview: Do Not Expect Policy Shift

Via BofAML's Ethan Harris, Gone fly fishing The Kansas City Fed’s conference has been around since 1978, but it only gained notoriety in 1982 when it was moved to Jackson Hole, luring an avid fly fisherman named Paul Volcker. Since then,...Show More Summary

Open Thread with Flying Fish Tail Trail

The pattern made by this Pink-wing flying fish's tail as it leaps from the water features for this week's Open Thread. Please natter/chatter/vent/rant on anything you like over this weekend and throughout the week. with a few netiquette exceptions

Follow The King

5 days agoHobbies / Fishing : Moldy Chum

King salmon fly fishing in British Columbia

Mining For Gold With ETFs

By Bruce Vanderveen: "There's gold here," exclaimed the grizzled fishing camp owner as he handed me the small core sample. He then went on to explain how people fly into central Ontario, drill a few holes, get the cores assayed (small...Show More Summary

Fly Fishing Photography: Tech Tip: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich

How do you get those sweet split level water shots? Start with some super swanky camera gear. (via: Paflyfish) Interested in capturing over and under shots in a more economical package?

The “salmon cannon” launches fish over man-made obstacles

Not a parody: Vacuum tubes can send salmon flying over hydroelectric dams

Fly Fishing Action Shots – Mini Gallery

Today we’re coming at you with a fly fishing photo gallery of a different sort.. Action shots! Hero shots are great, but the ‘ol grip and grin doesn’t always tell the whole story.. Check out some great photos of the pursuit itself.. Enjoy! Other Mini Galleries Fly Fishing Mini Gallery Fly Fishing Objects Mini Gallery Alaska […]

Obama Celebrates The 50th Anniversary Of The Gulf Of Tonkin Resolution By Bombing Iraq

Submitted by Mike Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, “Hell, those dumb, stupid sailors were just shooting at flying fish!” - U.S. President Lyndon Johnson commenting on the Gulf of Tonkin incident Fifty years ago yesterday, on August...Show More Summary

A River Reborn – Floating the Elwha River after dam removal

2 weeks agoHobbies / Fishing : Moldy Chum

Photo: Olympic Raft & Kayak Patagonia Fly Fishing Ambassador and DamNation producer/underwater photographer, Matt Stoecker recently floated the Elwha with the winners of the Patagonia/DamNation photo contest and their hosts from Olympic...Show More Summary

Restaurants - Flying Fish: A Nod to Nostalgia

01-31 Aug To celebrate their tenth birthday, Jones Bay Wharf's resident seafood restaurant, Flying Fish, is launching a month long greatest hits menu. The Nod to...

Restaurants - Flying Fish goes freestyle

Sun 31 Aug Flying Fish's Executive Chef Stephen Seckold spent time as Chef De Partie under Bjorn van der Horst at La Noisette (London), a Michelin-starred restaurant...

Storing Rigged Fly Rods

We see a lot of broken fly rods over the course of a season. Although we’d love to dish out stories of huge, rod buckling fish, the majority of the time rods are broken getting in and out of a boat, sticking them in a ceiling fan, or other less glamorous ways. Safely storing your rods […]

Day 3. Flying fish and salt horse: seafaring tales

This series has now moved to a new blog, Serendipity. I hope you continue to follow the adventures of Richard Hobson here.Filed under: Uncategorized

Day 2. Flying fish and salt horse: seafaring tales

Here’s Hobson’s entry for 31st July: Sunday. Captain, William and others came on board. at work all morning on the anchors, also wrote home. sweeping a little and reading the […]

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