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Month: October 2016

Last Cast of the Week: From the Vault

Most Fridays on Casting Across are  devoted to other people’s contributions in the fly fishing community. Not today. Today, I’m sharing two pieces from Casting Across that were posted many, many moons ago. I love how a website provides an eternal (relatively – as long as you pay your hosting fees) presence for writing, photography, …

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An Additional Autumnal Observance (also Alliterative)

Earlier this week I shared four fall fly fishing fixes.  A “fix,” of course, is simply a compromised synonym for “tip” imposed to create a clever sounding title. Oh well, it’s what’s on the inside (of the article) that counts. After posting the piece, rereading it, and seeing how hundreds of other people have read …

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Four Friendly Fixes for Fall Fly Fishing

For four woefully short months, we get to experience fall. For those who live in latitudes where the seasons change (and I’m not talking about simply going from green to brown, and back again), fall is arguably the best time of the year. Football, cooler weather, pumpkin everything, and pretty spectacular fishing are generally on …

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