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Theodore Gordon on Fly-Making

The Notes and Letters of Theodore Gordon

I came across this in a note written by Theodore Gordon’s on April 28, 1906 and couldn’t resist sharing it. I wholeheartedly agree with him.

If one has leisure, fly-making is an absorbing occupation and there is considerable satisfaction in taking trout with the work of one’s own hands.

from The Notes and Letters of Theodore Gordon by John McDonald (1949)
The Notes and Letters of Theodore Gordon
The Notes and Letters of Theodore Gordon (1949)
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