12 March 2013

• “Monsters on the Fly”

“Targeting large game fish in deep water on fly was considered an impossibility before the 1950s, and even up until the past 15 years or so only an elite handful of fly fishers pursued it.

”Few people believed fly tackle stood much chance against billfish and other wide-shouldered predators, with even dolphin and tuna considered monster opponents for fly fishers.”

Source: FlyFishInSalt.com



• Meanwhile, in other news...


• Strong Link Between Processed Meat And Premature Death

“Research involving half a million people highlights links between processed meat and heart disease and cancer.

"It also shows that people who eat a lot of the meat products have a significantly greater chance of dying prematurely than those consuming low amounts.

"Over a typical follow up time of 12.7 years, the risk of dying from any cause was 44% greater for high processed meat consumers…

"Processed meat included ham, bacon, sausages and….”

Source: HuffingtonPost.co.uk


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