Posted on June 13 2007
“The great fly fishermen are not generally conventional strivers. They are interested in a kind of excellence that no one ever sees, like an artist whose work you only catch a glimpse of once in a while. You know he’s painting but the work is hard to find.” An astute observation about the nature of fly fishers from Randal Sumner, in his sideways glance at commencement speeches. In the Seattle Times.