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Ole Johnny Mudd suddenly felt himself swirled into the middle of an underground whirlpool and just as suddenly, he was cast out in the middle of a jungle. Instinctively he knew that he was in the middle of the Amazon rainforest of South America. It was so vast though, that he didn’t know whether he was in Brazil, Peru, Columbia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname, or in French Guiana.
Ideas about where to fish are often the result of a fishing report - either by the media or from friends. But that fish has already been caught. Better to call a fly shop and ask what they think is about to happen. Or check out how a commercial fly angler (a guide) goes about this very important aspect of the game.
This fishing report, provided by Dustin Berg and Go Unlimited (supporting disabled anglers) and the Department of Game and Fish, has been generated from the best information available from area officers and anglers. Conditions encountered after the report is compiled may differ, as stream, lake and weather conditions alter fish and angler activities.
Guess why I'm thinking about being a puller on the salmon boat, the Tina Marie, in a 70-knot gale while the captain lay passed out in his reeking bunk?
This Taoseña, who can't even swim, and first mate Blue, found and safely navigated one of the most dangerous ports on the northern California coast by the grace of Nuestra Señora, whose grace we need - now.
I learned to read the cards in Mexico about 25 years ago - I would never have had the courage to do it in my hometown. I was afraid they would say, "Aiiii! Mire esa vieja - firs che godda be an enjarradora. Then she godda be una pintora, an' che's still not tired, che godda wride a book and spill the frijoles - and 'hora anda de bruja!"
It's that time once again when the Taos News honors hunting and fishing traditions. Each year the newspaper invites hunters and anglers to send in a photo of their favorite hunt or fishing trip. Send high resolution photos, stories and recipe to email@example.com or text (505) 470-9843. Deadline is Dec. 13.
Be sure and include your name, the general area where the photo was taken and a paragraph or two about why it was special. If you have a favorite recipe for cooking up the meat or fish, include that too.