Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Drive to the River and Putt for Dough
Any angler that can compare fly fishing to golf must have something going for him. In this article in the Concord Monitor Online, fishing guide Keith Hastings successfully makes the comparison:
First, he borrowed from golf to make a point about using short casts to cover a rocky section of where the feeding lanes are obvious to the trained eye.
"In golf, you drive for show and putt for dough," he said. "In fly fishing, you putt for dough."