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Entries in fly fishing art (188)

Saturday
Dec142013

Josh DeSmit Art

Josh DeSmit utilizes a background in printmaking, an affinity for street art and spray paint, and a love for the outdoors to create his one-of-a-kind mixed media pieces.

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Friday
Dec132013

Abel Reel Art Contest Finalists

Vote for your favorites by December 31st.

Saltwater/Miscellaneous Division

Freshwater Division

Friday
Dec132013

A Reel Good Day

A spectacular western style roll top fly tying desk by John Gallis of Norseman Design.

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Thursday
Dec122013

Fincognito 

A new entry into the wearable fish art apparel category.

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Sunday
Dec082013

Rock and Roll Sweets

Saturday
Dec072013

The World’s Largest Fly Rod: A true community art project 

In the 1980s, tourism promoters in British Columbia encouraged cities and towns to develop a roadside attraction or landmark that would draw visitors.

Some of the communities that took on this challenge went for the record books: The World’s Largest Gold Pan resides in Quesnel, the World’s Largest Cross Country Skis flank the visitors’ centre in 100 Mile House, and the World’s Largest Hockey Stick and Puck, originally commissioned by the Government of Canada for the Expo 86 World’s Fair in Vancouver, graces the front of the Cowichan Community Centre in Duncan.

Not to be outdone by its more southerly counterparts, residents of Houston, BC conceived of, constructed, and installed the World’s Largest Fly Rod.

LINK (via:Northword)