Monthly Archives: July 2015

Product Review: Buck Splizzors

I have been using the new Buck Splizzors since early spring. If there is a tool that is always in my Ranger its this combinations of pliers, scissors, and multi purpose tool. I have fished and cut everything from 5x … Continue reading

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Smallmouth tying Class

On August 22nd I will be having a a “tying Flies for smallmouth bass” class at Fly South. The class will start at 9AM and tun through 3Pm. We will cover poppers, sliders, divers, terrestrials and streamers for smallmouth here … Continue reading

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Its that magical time of year

Some call it the dog days of summer but around here its when the trail cams go out and pre season deer scouting goes into full swing! We put out the first set of trail cameras last week and today … Continue reading

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Of dads and daughters

I know this is my fishing and hunting site and I tend to have a lot more information with pictures of the boys in the outdoors. I also am blessed enough to have a daughter who is also into the … Continue reading

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Both Humbled and Happy

I received word from the ICAST show last week that my patterns were on the front page of the Bass section of the¬†Catch Fly Fishing catalog! They have been a turning point for me and professional tying over the past … Continue reading

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Thursday night shoot 7/16/15

Week two is now done and the groups are getting tighter and the boys are getting better every week. Our resident primitive archer still gives the training wheels a run for their money. Getting ready for bow season is as … Continue reading

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Music City Fishing Report 7/11/15

   Well the music city is putting out some good fishing even though it’s hot as all get out during the day. The daytime is fair for bass and catfish if you have a lot of patience. Bass are still … Continue reading

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