On Pitcher and Fly Fisher Mike Flanagan

In the Baltimore Sun,  Dan Rodricks writes about the “shock, heartbreak and the soul-wrenching loss of a friend who couldn’t keep the shadows away.”

“He was blessed with great eyesight — ‘Ted Williams’ eyes,’ I called them — and he could spot trout, make perfect casts to them and instill the lightest, magical charge into the line to make a fly dance and a finicky trout rise.”

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