Fly Fishing Art

My 100th post and a Thank You Gift

by Rebecca on March 22, 2011

in Fly Fishing Art

Option #1: It's a choice...

I imagine I would have hit this 100th blog entry mark Ohhh…. last fall if it wasn’t for that unfortunate Outdooress sabbatical while something else needed my care and attention.

But I’m back and for those of you who didn’t kick me off your feed reader for slacker status, I wanted to offer a thank you gift today in honor of making it to 100 posts…finally.

Some of you may already be in the ‘know’ of artist Joel DeJong and his blog A Year On the Fly and some of you may not –which would be sad, because that means you’ve been missing out on a fly fishing WoW factor. For those of you who have already discovered his fly fishing art, let us all nod in unison about his talent.

The Thank You Gift Has Two Options:

Option #1) Winner can go to this page on A Year On the Fly and pick out any print offered their heart desires. Just to be clear, that would be one…that your heart desires. If your heart desires more (which I’m sure it will) feel free to purchase away.

Option #2) Instead of a print, the winner can receive a Year On the Fly aluminum fly box complete with a digital decal of Joel’s Iron Blue Wingless. I might mention here, this is a limited run of 9 boxes. So this is definitely not a ‘me too’ fly box!

Option #2: I know, your flies would fluff a little prouder in a box like this

The Catch details:

Now, I don’t have a lot of time left in this week because I’m what you say…Outta Here! by Friday for a week of tropical Fly Fishing Festivities. So I’ll keep this simple.

Leave a comment on this entry. (If you want to put some bonus saltwater fly fishing advice into your comment, it won’t influence Mr. RNG, but I’d sure soak it up)

On Thursday at 3:00 p.m. (MST) I’ll have RNG pick a winner.

And lastly, thank you for the support you all have given me since I started this blogging endeavor. It has been appreciated and just as amazing as catching a big Brown Trout on the River I still can’t name on this site for fear of tar and feathers.