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Fall Fishing
November 3, 2009, 1:02 pm
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Some new classic and vintage fly fishing imagery from Joe Brooks’ Trout Fishing.

Went out this past Saturday to Beaver Creek for some early morning fall fishing. For good measure here is one of the rainbows we caught.

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The well-known angler/author is Joe Brooks, not Brook, thus “…imagery from Joe Brooks’s ‘Trout Fishing.'” And not “Joe Brook’s…”

Comment by Nick Mills

Absolutely correct, thanks Nick.

Comment by nbolton

[…] weeks heavy rains I finally had the chance to get out to the Rapidan River this weekend to do some fall fly fishing. Together with the rain, the temperature has dropped off enough to allow for a trip into the […]

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Actual Nick, shouldn’t it be Joe Brooks’ “Trout Fishing”?

Comment by David Liang

I appreciate all the grammatical concern for how to best attribute Joe Brooks the author of this book…hehe. I think you are right Nick, it would be “Brooks’.”

Comment by nbolton

[…] fall means the start of alot of things we love around here, one of the things we love the most is fall time brook trout fishing. And we figured what better way to get ready and inspired then some vintage fly imagery. This set of […]

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[…] World of Sports which followed Curt Gowdy (who went on to host the show) along with the legendary Joe Brooks on a fly fishing expedition in the Andes Mountains. The eventually went on to become The New […]

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