Slikkers’ Split Cane Write-up from The Fiberglass Manifesto

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The Fiberglass Manifesto’s custom leather reel cases created by Slikkers’ Split Cane. TFM Photo

 

The Fiberglass Manifesto did a great write up on Slikkers’ Split Cane over the past month.  The 2 part series on the creation of Slikkers’ leather reel case was a fantastic view of the time and process it takes to create these one-of-a-kind leather works.  Follow the links below to The Fiberglass Manifesto to read the 3 part series on Slikkers’ Split Cane.

The Making Of A Leather Reel Case – Part 1

The Making Of A Leather Reel Case – Part 2

Slikkers’ Custom Leather Fly Reel Case

Visit Slikkers’ Split Cane – Leatherworks site Here

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“Two Hand Trout” – by Rick Matney

AlaskaGuideList:

Great write up from Rick Matney, Echo Fly Fishing pro on ‘Two Hand Trout’. We have had the pleasure of fishing with Rick a few times and every trip has been a fantastic voyage.

Originally posted on ECHO FLY FISHING BLOG:

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You hear it all the time; “the tug is the drug”. As a Steelhead junkie I get it, but lets be honest: not everyone has patience or location to experience it first hand. Living in Montana limits my opportunity to chase Steelhead to a handful of trips per year. So what’s a Steelhead junkie to do?

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Through years of trial and error, I’ve found that both brown and rainbow trout are very willing to eat a swung fly. Early on, I quickly figured out that catching a 16” trout on a 14′ 8wt was not particularly exciting. Thankfully, technology has progressed to the point where it’s not uncommon to find 3, 4, and 5 weight spey rods with matching lines at your local fly shop.

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Hire A Graduate: Bristol Bay River Academy

AlaskaGuideList:

It’s that time of year again, Alaska Lodges and Outfitters are hiring for the 2015 season. If you are an Alaska Sport Fishing business, please consider hiring one of the graduates of the Bristol Bay River Academy’s graduates.

Originally posted on AlaskaGuideListBlog:

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Young people who successfully complete the Academy are  qualified for introductory jobs at local lodges, tourism based businesses and non-profits.  They have become proficient in many skills and have been given the tools to continue building their newfound interests and skills after the Academy.

Your business or organization can help support the Academy, Bristol Bay young people and the sustainable fish-based economy of Bristol Bay through:

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Artist Spotlight: H&H Outfitters featured in The Oregonian

Great write up today on H&H Outfitters in The Oregonian.  Nothing better than seeing fresh new Fly Fishing companies getting the spotlight.

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The likeness of rapper Ice Cube grinning in a life jacket under a spraypainted “Today was a good spey” would likely float right over most fly-fishermen’s heads. But for brothers Cobb and Alex Hudjohn, it’s just another slightly altered cultural reference tailor-made for a T-shirt.

Their unorthodox fly-fishing and screen-printing business, H&H Outfitters, has put the once-contentious brothers together in the same boat.  Read More Here

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#CAST5 Challenge for The American Museum of Fly Fishing

 

Joan Wulff is featured on AMFF’s first online exhibit “A Graceful Rise”

Take the #CAST5 Challenge and Help The American Fly Fishing Museum (AFFM) complete the most innovative and engaging exhibit developed on Saltwater Fly Fishing!

We can’t all ease over to Vermont for a wade down fly fishing memory lane, or look like a million bucks throwing a fly line, but we do have the chance to experience state-of-the-art fly fishing exhibitions first hand in the digital world.

The first online exhibit from AMFF is now online, A Graceful Rise: Women in Fly Fishing Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.  This is an awesome collection of 52 women and their careers and contributions to the sport.

If you love Fly Fishing and know the importance of preserving its history, take the #CAST5 Challenge and cast 5 bucks to the American Fly Fishing Museum.

Developing this online exhibition would make the research available to everyone, for generations to come.

Take The #CAST5 Challenge

1.  Cast 5 bucks to the American Museum of Fly Fishing via their Indiegogo Campaign.

*You get an awesome decal from AMFF.

2.  Challenge 5 friends who love Fly Fishing and have 5 bucks to #CAST5 to AMFF.

Let’s help the American Museum of Fly Fishing hit their goal of raising $10,000

We will get this started with 5 of our favorite folks to follow on Social Media:

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The Fiberglass Manifesto

H & H Outfitters

Fly Lords

Pig Farm Ink

FlyFishingJobs.com

#FLYSHOPSMALL Support your Local Fly Shop

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