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Up, Up and Away!

That’s uphill, upstream and away from the “things of man.”  You know summer has truly begun in Asheville when the kids get out of school,  the fireflies start blinking and the out of state license plates outnumber the in-state.  That’s … Continue reading

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Small is the New Big

Yesterday we headed up into wild Brook Trout water for the first time this spring.  Flows were a little high but the  Mountain Laurel was blooming, the butterflies were everywhere and the fish were happy to take any well presented … Continue reading

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Hey, I Caught a Fish!

Many thanks to all of the wonderful people who have  come fishing with Unreel Fly Fishing this spring!   You guys and gals are awesome and I hugely appreciate your business, your support and your friendship. I’ve been so busy … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Trout

In angling terms, catching an amazing fish like this on tenkara is truly, “The best of times.”   Tenkara is not really intended to catch fish this size but with good technique (and a little good fortune), it can be … Continue reading

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Oh Brother!

Last April I  wrote about a father and two sons who were kind enough to join me for some tenkara fishing.  We fished two days in a row and had an absolute blast.  There was another brother who couldn’t be … Continue reading

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Fishing Friends

It’s always fun to do things with friends but it’s particularly fun to try out new things with friends.  It was my great pleasure to help that happen today when these two amigas decided to give tenkara a whirl.  As … Continue reading

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Appalachian Bonefish?

Well, not exactly.  This handsome native to our local streams is a Red Horse Sucker…and a pretty big one.   They are active in the streams right now as they spawn in the spring when water temp reaches about 54 … Continue reading

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