For those who enjoy the comedy of Monty Python, here's the origins of the Fish Slapping Dance.
This is one incredible Hardy fly reel...
An unopened is attractive a lot of attention.
Instant Collection Alert: A set of 70 Bingo lures from Texas.
He may be just the other brother to some, but I love Julius vom Hofe reels.
Yes, I like Kent Frogs, which is why they show up on here a lot.
A 5-Hook luminous Woodpecker from South Bend in the box is a sweetheart lure!
A CCBC Beetle in the box is one of the finest Creek Chub lures.
The Heddon 3-30 German Silver reel is a classic baitcaster.
This Ed. K. Tryon "Jay Harvey" trade rod is really a neat fishing instrument and collectable.
We don't feature many fly tying vices on the blog, but this Abel Supreme is a Rolls Royce in the field.
Ah, the K&K Animated minnow...one of Florida's iconic baits.
Fishing Lines have been going through the roof lately. Here's a neat Kinfisher silk line in the box.
Charles Fasoldt fishing reels are beyond rare.
Across the alley from the Alamo, lived a Shakespeare reel and a Navajo, who sang fishing reel Hi-De-Ho, to the people passing by.
As always, have a safe long weekend, and be good to each other, and yourself.
-- Dr. Todd