Remembering Bob Taylor, Steelheader

Rob Brown pens a careful reminiscence of Bob Taylor, who passed away on July 6, in the Terrace, B.C. Standard. “It must’ve been a steelhead, I said, as excited as if I’d just hooked it. He agreed that a fish big enough to make a commotion large enough to spot at that distance had to be one of the few remaining ancestors of the summer steelhead that Bill Cunliffe and Tom Brayshaw provoked with trim versions of Atlantic salmon flies, they cast with silk lines and cane rods built by craftsmen for the House of Hardy.” You can read more about Bob in this British Columbia Federation of Fly Fishers newsletter.

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