Fly Fishing Musicals: Antidote to Gravity?

One of my favorite sayings when weighed down with an overwrought sense of angling purpose — either my own or my companion’s — is “Just remember, we’re not out here to have a good time.”
It’s a problem in our sport, notes trout bum Randall Sumner: some of us take our craft a little too seriously. “Don’t think about a bunch of sailors singing, ‘There’s nothing like a dame,’ just go with it. That pretty much sums my feelings about fly-fishing: Lighten up and make a cast. It’s just for fun.” In the Seattle Times.

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