FishCruiser

by Rebecca on July 24, 2010

in Forward Casting

~The official "Outdooress" Fishcruiser~

The Fishcruiser and I have been gone again, you know, off doing what we do. This time I was in Oregon for a week and I’ll share a bit of that adventure here next week.

Until then, I wanted to point you all in the direction of Kirk Werner, Author of a series of children fly fishing books, Olive the Woolly Bugger and blog writer of The Unaccomplished Angler.

He’s written a sticky sort of article about Fisherman and their penchant for decorating their vehicles with fishy flash. There’s a lot of stickery going on, and Kirks got the visuals to prove it.  Check it out here, Fly Fishing is a Stickery Business, and let us know if you have kept your fishcruiser clean and free of stickery or if you have succumbed to the dark side like many of us have…..

 

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ShoremanNo Gravatar July 24, 2010 at 3:07 pm

I guess I’m one of those “other” guys. I’m managed to resist putting stickers on my vehicles since I started owning vehicles. The one exception was the first Iraq war. I put two US flags on my camper shell in support of our troops in the Gulf. Maybe the Silver Bullet needs an update.

Mark

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troutrageous1No Gravatar July 24, 2010 at 7:36 pm

Outside of an inch thick crust of dirt, my SUV is clean…for now. 80-90% sure it’s getting traded in very shortly. I’ve got a stockpile of stickers just waiting for a new canvas.

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KirkNo Gravatar July 25, 2010 at 6:22 pm

Thanks for the nod, Rebecca. Think of stickers this way- every time you’re good you get to put a new sticker on your rig. Kinda like a kid getting a reward for being good. BTW I have a couple stickers on their way to you this week- thanks for being good.

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KenNo Gravatar July 28, 2010 at 7:23 pm

Love Oregon, my folks lived there recently for a few years and we made a few trips out. Did not fish, but did see a lake and some rivers – beautiful :o )

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