Jesus. What is it with the influx of big phucking brown trout these days? This was the 4th Lake Michigan trib fish of its kind that fell prey to James Wallach's strategically tied fly. James, if the fly is nameless, we have one we'll throw in the hat - the side of beef.
Gary Rose transforms some of his photgographs into all new works of art with the Photoshop Art History Brush.
Chris Justice profiles Les Claypool.
At this point in his career, Claypool may be as popular a fisherman as he is a bass player. His Fly Fishing the World appearances – one in 2004 trout fishing on Henry’s Fork in Idaho and another in 2005 in Quebec, Canada – increased attention about his love of angling and helped explain to his fan base why so much of his art boasts fishing- or water-related themes.
LINK (Via: Pop Matters)