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Entries from March 2010

Dry Fly Whiskey: my take

March 15th, 2010 · 6 Comments

My palette is experience, but not trained. So please bear with this weak review.

I found this bottle in Beltramo’s, for a nifty fifty bucks. The bottle is definitely cool, with the label going around the bottle with a rainbow trout pattern. It was marked Batch Two, also a coolness factor. What else can I say [...]

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Time to wax your thread

March 12th, 2010 · No Comments

Feather-Craft is hosting a fly tying contest, looking for your unique and local patterns. The winners will be tied by Rainy’s and sold through the Feather-Craft catalog.

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They don’t take a fly

March 5th, 2010 · No Comments

Today’s nugget of fun from An Entirely Synthetic Fish is about the Oregon territory in 1848. This comes from chapter 2, Essentially a National Matter.
The discovery of the rainbow trout came about, as most significant discoveries do, during a search for something else. The US government was looking for salmon to restock the decimated Atlantic [...]

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An Entirely Synthetic Fishing blog entry

March 2nd, 2010 · No Comments

Interesting.  I’ve recently been reading this thing that a guy wrote. It has about 250 pages of paper, bound together between 2 hard covers. There is a picture on the cover. This thing is amazing; it is totally self contained and has no need to plug in to recharge. The pages are fully readable in [...]

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