Entries in brownlining (6)
I love me some brown! So does chum purveyor Adam Olmstead with this feline taken from a suburban Denver puddle.
They’ve got this thing where they fish in city centre canals, park ponds and all over the city. It’s illegal and in the film they compare it – with brilliant French pretension – to graffiti artists, but still. You get the picture. It’s in French but I know you fish-o-philes get excited by anyone with a rod.
Via: Caught by The River
Shaun Brown, 14, managed to hook this ugly-looking creature from the less than exotic surroundings of the Grand Union Canal in Leicestershire.
LINK (Via: The Daily Mail)
While travelling last week in Salt Lake I was able to catch the rockin sold out Fly Fishing Film Tour stop at the Tower Theater and spend some quality time with tour crew pals Thad, Matt and Mad Dog.The following day we had the choice of throwing some delicate dry flies on the Lower Provo or going Brownlining for Golden Bones in downtown SLC.
Golden Bone on the bank.
Matt with the slab of the day.
Could I have a piece of bread please.
Ty toad, probably won't make the Patagonia fly fishing catalog.
Matching the hatch.
The Wall St. Journal does a story on brownlining and profiles a familiar cast of characters. Don't miss the bonus video.
Meanwhile in other brownlining news.
Using a loaf of bread as bait, Larry Stubbs and Casey Jones hauled in a 4-foot carp, weighing up to 45 pounds, from the small pond behind the old-high school.
LINK (Via:The Cedartown Standard)