Tag Archives: Walter Trout

Black and Blue (My Brookie Fix)

Part 1.  It all seemed to jell on a bright blue, late winter day. A set of tarpon flies arrived in the mail. The stand-out for my inexperienced saltwater eyes was a #3/0 Black Death. For tarpon? Well, yeah, the … Continue reading

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The Misfit, Re-fit

1. A misfit’s life is not an easy one, but a misfit to society is like the subject of the song, “A Country Boy Can Survive.” I’ve never fit in comfortably with my own kind. I like to wear jeans … Continue reading

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In the Name of Trout

I discovered modern music about the same time I discovered the joy of fishing. Since my age hit the double digits, I’ve had a lovely run with both. As a kid, I used to lie awake at night with a … Continue reading

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