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2020-04-30

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Guest Blogger: Michael Vorhis, author of ARCHANGEL suspense thriller, OPEN DISTANCE adventure thriller & more to come The thing about big game fish is that they’re jerks. They bite innocent minnows in half. They murder ducklings. They lie around in shadows like lazy cowards, letting tiny warm-blooded mammals — our dear distant cousins — scurry through life harvesting leaves and grasses to feed their babies, and then the brutes sneak in and steal their efforts, their dreams, their lives…and their protein. And I aim to make them pay. There’s a lot of buy-in for the theory that “big fish want...

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Fly of the Month – Gold Slaughter Stone

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Fly of the Month by J. Stockard Pro Tyer, Justin Aldrich, Habersham County, Georgia. Justin can be found on Instagram. My Gold Slaughter Stones have proven themselves throughout the U.S. and a few places out of country for about a year. This much weight on one fly pattern isn’t necessarily new, neither is this color scheme, but what’s seen here is the final product of much field testing and a new spin for this much weight and classic colors. I also want to suggest not excluding this pattern for tournament use. (4.0mm Tungsten bead min, limited lead wraps, etc.) If...

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