We did a post on the Automatic Bobbin a while back. Now there's a video showing it in action.
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Until the 1840's aristocratic fly tackle was advertised as sporting apparatus. Around 1850 the term subdivided into shooting tackle and fishing tackle and in 1850 Bradford and Anthony was listed in the Boston business directory under the category of fishing tackle. In 1883 the business was sold to partners Dame Stoddard and Kendall and operated under that name until the turn of the century when the company changed it's name to Dame Stoddard Company. In 1920 the partnership ended and the business became known as Stoddard's. (Via: Classic & Antique Fly-Fishing Tackle: A Guide for Collectors & Anglers)
Just in from Palmer and Justin.
The wait is over, the grab is on!
The Rivers of a Lost Coast DVD, soundtrack and full-size movie poster are now available exclusively at www.riversofalostcoast.com. Be the first to own the award winning documentary that the Seattle Times called "a must see!", the Santa Cruz Sentinel coined "profound and moving" and the San Francisco Chronicle said was a documentary probably everyone should see.
The DVD includes never seen footage, bonus features, deleted scenes and a beautiful 41-page color insert booklet with original writings from Russ Chatham, Peter Moyle, Jack Berryman and Conrad Calimpong.
You can also purchase the DVD, soundtrack and poster together in a special holiday gift package.
Angler: Joel Stewart
Location: Pascagoula Mississippi
Delio: 100+lb alligator gar on a 8wt TFO rod, using a white streamer.
Biggest gar ever caught on a fly? Until proven otherwise, we're gonna give it a nod. In the meantime, we're gonna suggest Joel sticks up a weight or two if he's gonna make this a habit.
Watch the new video and see why Trout Unlimited is committed to protecting this national treasure for future generations. Or visit this TU site page to learn more.