“We Go to Where No Others Bother to Look”

May 5, 2011 By: Marshall Cutchin

That short sentence was gleaned from the journal of 24-year-old Anthony Greer by his father, who was looking for something to memorialize his son.  It reminds us of one of the secrets of fly fishing — not just a secret about what draws us to water, but about what makes fishing perfect: it’s an exploration of the things hidden in plain sight.  Tom Wharton tells Greer’s story in this morning’s Salt Lake Tribune.