Monthly Archives: May 2014

The Holy Grail of Graphite

Working at a fly shop in the midst of restructuring can be an interesting process. From ripping out carpet and destroying old furniture, to organizing thread, reels, fly rods and tying materials, there is always something to be done. Every … Continue reading

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The Anticipation

My bags are packed, the shopping is done, and I have been tying bugs for the past month in preparation. The 5wts are stacked in the corner with fresh lines, and the fly boxes are all full. The anticipation is … Continue reading

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Keeping it Local 4.0

Lately the game plan has been exploring new waters. Here in El Dorado County we are incredibly fortunate to have a massive amount of water. Most of it holds trout. Some of it holds big trout. Over the past few … Continue reading

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Keeping it Local

Over the past weekend I went to a new area of the 50-80 gap, and found some pretty cool things. Using the 1wt I found lots of willing small rainbows, as well as a few small browns. I hiked up … Continue reading

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