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also, keep telling yourself your years of practice, high-priced gear, piles of well-read fly mags are the price you've paid for success when you catch anything bigger than twelve inches. Cougars All I have to say about cougars is, watch your back. It's the ones you don't see you need to worry about. I've given up a life-long pleasure of taking a nap in the woods. Or the price of hubris, to say nothing about the price of some damn fine bird hides. Like, who in the hell has any time to plan a sophisticated heist and still find time for marathon ties that look more complicated than the birds whence the feathers came? " A nerdy person stealing feathers between band practice? Therefore, I've taken the liberty of tweaking the account to add appeal and give some modern reality to make the characters more culturally digestible. Story One: A fly tying flautist sniper, and member of special forces Seal Team Six, broke into a museum to capture a leading terrorist suspect.
And because you never see them, you always need to worry about them. It's been said that at one time in every outdoorser's life, a cougar was nearby, either stalking or just being curious about the idiot waving a stick (No, I don't know the difference). Or who ties flies that have absolutely nothing to do with catching big fish (these are the presentationists talking now)? The FTFS team member (that's Fly Tying Flautist Sniper) took it upon himself to subdue the suspect by casting a fly the size and weight of a NATO-issue 7.62 military sniper round.
You won't see your favorite fly shop in quite the same way again. Yep, one of those new insects is the one I couldn't match. I mean, new species of animals are being discovered daily. Just ask the pharmaceutical companies about new species discovery. So, why am I so lucky to discover an unusually large proportion of them? Man refuses to go fishing According to the Washington Post, a man in Albuquerque, New Mexico, refused to go fishing.
Maybe this time I'll just tell myself to sit more and watch the water and wait (an hour if it takes that long, or two) for a wink in the water. They'll take this mindless egg pattern as anything. There's a chance of storms, there's getting stuck on the wrong side of a rising creek, there's trees blocking roads, apples falling on your head. Fog can upset your sense of reality to the point that big boulders and stumps aren't what they seem. Those stumps in the fog could be a bear, a moose, a sasquatch. Have you ever stood on a wet, slimy log in cold water?So they stole the seeds, then went on a wild rampage across the country like a modern Bonny and Clyde, stealing feathers and precious seeds from everywhere, taxidermists, craft stores, zoos, you name it.At one point, they snuck into the back of a bar while a burlesque show was being performed and made off with hundreds (no, millions) of plumes, colorful marabous, and beautiful peacock feathers. On this wayward site, you'll find exciting (and mostly true) articles, stories and book reviews on many aspects of fly fishing. Bullets and flies will have it out, and lives will turn. Desperate birds spy me, saying Take one bad step, man with funny hat! A fish might be smiling near these rocks and For now I think I am the king of rocks. His next-door neighbor simply said, "Bob, just doesn't want to fish today." When the paramedics arrived, they tried to resuscitate the man, but the man fought back the paramedics, demanding, "There's nothing wrong with me.Here I'll explode fly fishing myths (and create a few of my own). Even my sandwich stares back at me, saying You have got to be kidding. December 6, 2015 You have nothing to fear but fear itself ... Conquering your fears is a lesson handled down by legions of therapists, shamans, doctors, your mother, and troops of reality TV contestants. How they tolerate the morning mist draped on their webs is beyond me. I just don't want to go fishing today." Wife kills man for dirty socks According to the Los Angeles Times, a man returned home from a fishing trip and had a loud argument with his wife about the stink of his clothes.