Often, fly fishing seems more of an alchemy than sport or science. And Ken Hofmeister writes of the long rod’s magic on Florida Sportsman.
As well as being good for the ecosystem, watershed restoration is healthy for the job market as well. “Projects like this are also key to human productivity, and they are creating a whole new economy in the Pacific Northwest and beyond,” writes Cathy P. Kellon of Ecotrust. “Call it the Restoration Economy.”
When Skagit casting, a compact stroke is key, mirroring Ed Ward, “the man who can spey cast inside a phone booth.” Read more about why this technique works on the blog of Deneki Outdoors.
A Sage fly rod and reel were given to Atlanta Brave Chipper Jones, at his last ball game at Marlin Park. “It was cool,” the veteran said. “Obviously a really classy act by the Marlins organization giving me the gift beforehand and all their guys coming out of the dugout.