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Let's get it straight about fishing

Fly fishers Taylor Kirkpatrick and Hardwick Caldwell shun helicopters and guides and to reach brown trout waters in the outback of New Zealand's South Island in
Fly fishers Taylor Kirkpatrick and Hardwick Caldwell shun helicopters and guides and to reach brown trout waters in the outback of New Zealand's South Island in "The Waters of Greenstone," one of the featured films in the 2011 Fly Fishing Film Tour. (Courtesy photo)

OUTDOOR WISDOM — After attending last night's Fly Fishing Film Tour at the Bing — a thoroughly entertaining evening of film that overshadowed the unpolished ramblings of the tour hosts — I left knowing one thing for sure:

The most common misconception about fishing is that it's all about catching fish. 




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Rich Landers

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Rich Landers writes and photographs stories for a wide range of outdoors coverage, including a Sunday feature section and a Thursday column. He also writes the Outdoors Blog.


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