Streamer Junkie... Mark Usyk

  • 26

    March

    2017

    Sentimental Junk by Mark Usyk

    It’s been a while since I wrote anything about my time living on the road climbing cell towers for a living, fishing nearly every day on a different water somewhere. It’s just that I think I’ve told the best stories, and talked about the best fishing from those years. Enough...

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  • 20

    March

    2017

    Shelf Ice by Mark Usyk

    Six days ago we were buried in a March blizzard. The part that stings isn’t the fact that it took two days to dig out of it. It’s not that cars and trucks were covered where they stopped, stuck in the streets. It’s not even that we’ve been telling the...

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  • 12

    March

    2017

    Judging Books by Covers by Mark Usyk

    I think about fishing in faraway and exotic places all the time. I doubt that you’ll ever meet an angler that doesn’t. Even though I know that I’ll most likely never get to see any of the places I read about in books and magazines, Patagonia, Mongolia, Africa, the Alaskan...

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  • 07

    March

    2017

    Tropical Smallmouths by Mark Usyk

    Photos by Andrew Bullard   Invasive fish. They’re a bad deal, but sometimes we fisherman seem to give them a pass if they’re something we think is worthy somehow over other fish. You’ll hear more complaints about carp in any given conversation than you will about brown trout, but, guess...

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  • 28

    February

    2017

    Memories in a Spot Light by Mark Usyk

    The one thing that a slow and dragging winter can do for you more than giving you ample time to sit at your fly bench and tie all kinds of stuff to fill your fly boxes that you’ll most likely never use, would be to give you plenty of time...

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  • 20

    February

    2017

    Moments of Balance by Mark Usyk

    Every now and then I run across a fisherman who’s all about how many fish they caught on a given day, or catching only big fish, or only trout, or only bass, something specific that when not achieved sours their attitude on the water, makes them gripe and complain, or...

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Hand Made Copper Bracelet

Hand Made Copper Bracelet

$59.00

These items are made by our friend Mindy from Silver Creek Silversmiths.  She starts with very thick 14 gauge sheet stock copper and builds the bracelet from that.  Each one is then stamped with our zen trout image, and the item is sanded, treated and bent to shape.  6 inch small weights 28.5 grams for reference. 

Many people believe that there is medicinal value to wearing Copper as its chemistry is essential for good health and trace elements of this metal can be absorbed from wearing it. 

This fun and high quality item is available in 2 finishes. 

  • antique finish
  • brushed satin finish

Each one comes in a small pine box with magnetic closure.  There is plenty of room on the box for a long inscription, so just add that to the notes field on the order and we will take care of the rest. 

Usually ships in 7 days or less. 

recommended 6 inch for women

recommended 7 inch for men

 

 

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