Tribute for a Fly Fishing Father

This appropriately timed piece about the fly fishing traditions of a father and father-in-law includes not just an eloquent tribute and and a striking example of sporting art, but a great recipe for wild trout. “‘The fish were flipped expertly, at just the right moment when the skin was crispy brown and the meat was tender, by leathery hands scarred with cuts and thickened with years of exposure to sun and rain, my father’s hands that knew how to tie a fly and cast it out on the water with the grace of a dragonfly alighting on a lily pad.'” Greg Atkinson in The Seattle Times.

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