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Fly Fish Tennessee - I am a (FIVE time) Fly Casting Champion and I've taught at THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, Knoxville. I have fly fished all my life as fly fishing was the glue that bonded me with my dad, Dr. George Still. I made my first fly rod at age 12 and attended an advanced fly tying class with my dad at age 13. I have won a number of fishing contests while growing up. I simply want to provide the OPPORTUNITY for others to enjoy fly fishing by teaching students the sport. It is a terrific way to build lifelong relationships with multiple people. It is a sport that helps with the development of Patience, Kindness, and Gentleness and of course Self Control. I also like catching BIG FISH on BIG water!!! Call 865-696-9474 and tell me your background - I want to hear it.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Mike Kramer Fishing Dry Flies "Life is Good" 2010


Mike Kramer recently caught many, many fish wet wading on the Holston. Look at the size of the wake of that fish!!! Elk Hair Caddis (tan) size 16 was the fly of choice for this angler. As you can see from his rod position that this man really knows what he is doing... let alone the size of the fish on the end of his hook to prove that point!!! A fun day was had by all. What a blessing it is to enjoy the outdoors with friends that fish. "It just doesn't get any better than THAT" in my book.

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