Remembering Carl Richards

Carl Richards, who died on Memorial Day, is remembered by Dick Pobst and other fishing buddies in this piece by Howard Myerson. “‘Fly fishing wasn’t even popular back then,’ Pobst said. ‘What Carl got us to do was pay attention to the superhatches; to realize that fly hatches occur at the pleasant time of day and to tie lifelike imitations.’ Selective Trout was one of 14 books Richards wrote on assorted and related topics during his life.” In the Grand Rapids (Michigan) Press.

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