“Not Half As Cool”

January 5, 2015 By: Erin Block

Looks can be deceiving. And in fly fishing, the most accomplished anglers are often the most unassuming. In a recent piece Jess McGlothlin writes about posturing and ego. “Playing Politics,” in other words. “At the end of the day, we are flinging around a stick with thread tied on the end of it, and a piece of feathers and fluff tied to that,” McGlothlin writes. “We’re not half as cool as we think we are.” Read more via Chi Wulff.