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Dropping the Bomb and Coming Tight

May 25, 2012 By: Marshall Cutchin

In this week’s Fly Fishing Jazz column Kirk Deeter explores the moments that occur in both music and fly fishing when you just know things are going to happen.  “There are times and places where the spot in front of you just looks so juicy… so tender… you know, the fishing gods know, and I think even the fish themselves know, that if you drop the ‘bomb’ right there, it’s almost preordained that it should all mesh together, and you will come tight on a fish.”