Category Archives: Gear

Heading to Martha’s Vineyard

Heading to Martha’s Vineyard Well, I’m headed to Martha’s Vineyard for five days. Hoping to run into some Atlantic bonito. The gear is all piled up and ready to go into the truck. Quite a pile. And actually, that’s not … Continue reading

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Rescuing a 1987 17′ Aquasport Part Five

Okay, onward with the rescue. In the Part Four,  we began the process of building a new transom. Yesterday, with the Coosa board finally on hand, we made a good deal of progress. The Coosa will become the solid, strong … Continue reading

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Rescuing a 1987 17′ Aquasport: Part 4

Yes, progress on this project has been slow. You can blame the awful weather for that. It rained all but 3 days in July and the total accumulation makes this the second or third rainiest July on record. Get you … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Wading Staffs

Thoughts on Wading Staffs Falling in a fast moving river is dangerous business, my friend, especially in the colder parts of the year. And for that reason, the older I get the more I rely on my trusty wading staff. … Continue reading

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Euro-Nymphing with a Crappie Pole?

Euro-Nymphing with a Crappie Pole? By buddy Phil is always figuring out new ideas. You may remember a few posts back he showed us how to use an ice float for fly storage. Well recently he has been fascinated with … Continue reading

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