""Today it the someday that you were living for yesterday.""
~ Neil Travis
"What are you looking at?" Neil Travis
Headed out for a pond and this one is a hike as I no longer have permission to drive in. Since the days get very hot I leave the truck at 5:30 am. It is light enough to see where I am walking.
In the 1950's when I was a lad on my parent's dairy farm in upstate New York the arrival of the latest issue of one of the major outdoor magazines, Outdoor Life, Sports Afield or Field and Stream, was the high point of the month for a young boy that ravenously consumed anything in print that even remotely addressed hunting and fishing.
This book was first published in 1931 and I have a First Edition sitting on the bookshelf, I also have copy Published by the Derrydale Press in 1993, as park of set entitled Fly Fisherman’s Gold.
I had thrown everything in my box at the fish to my front. So I stood knee-deep in the stream as my youngest daughter looked on. It was Father’s Day, and she had agreed to accompany me for a couple hours on the water.
Unless you have been “off the grid” or living in a cave for the last several years you certainly have heard of Tenkara fishing, a type of fly fishing that originated in the Orient and uses a collapsible rod and a fixed length of line.
Satoshi Yamamoto Fly patterns
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