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Jun 02, 2017

Fly Fishing Basics: Everything You Need to Get Started

Did you know there are more fish in the water than stars in the sky? S

eriously, the water you have within a few minutes of your house is almost guaranteed to be sheltering a school of those fin-tailed creatures just below the surface. All those mouths have to eat, and it's easier than you think to get started in the timeless art of fly fishing.   

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Feb 11, 2016

How Harpoon Fishermen Live and Work

For nine days and nights documentarian and member of the film collective Jungles in Paris, Oliver Hartman lived life among four harpoon fishermen in Nova Scotia, capturing the day to day travails and joys on the hunt. The men scan the Canadian waters between July and September, since their method of spearing their prey allows them to only catch what they can physically see.   

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Jan 19, 2016

How to: Get Started Ice Fishing

Ice-fishing is a big part of winter culture in Minnesota where I grew up, and essentially a good excuse for adults to build a fort and hangout. There's something heartening and cozy yet simultaneously adventurous about being in a little shack on the ice, usually fairly warm, but knowing all the while that the harsh elements are waiting just outside, whooshing on the walls.   

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Dec 04, 2014

How to Cook a Fish Like Ernest Hemingway (Hint...There's Bacon)

Ernest HemingwayIf there's one thing you should read by Ernest Hemingway, it's his bizarrely specific hamburger recipe (just kidding, go read For Whom The Bells Tolls. Do it now). But what's less known is the number of other unique recipes the simplistic author kept at his disposal.   

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Sep 17, 2014

How to: Tie a Fly

With summer days going away, the season for serious fall activities has begun. For many, that means cool water fly fishing.

Note, I did not say "for me, that means cool water fly fishing." Because, I have never been fly fishing.    

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