Greg Thomas's Blog Archive October, 2011

Sportsman's Alliance for Alaska: Road Show

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Sportsman's Alliance for Alaska says, don't let them take Bristol Bay

If you want to be part of the good fight get yourself over to one of the The Sportsman's Alliance for Alaska presentations this month, learn what's up with big business, lobbyists, filthy dirtbags and the attempt to ruin the world's last great wild salmon fisheries in Bristol Bay, Alaska.

The Gurgler for Steelhead

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This post courtesty of Angler's Tonic,

Take those metalheads on the swing
Let's say you've just been through a few days of bliss, banging up steelhead on light sinktips and whatever your delivery of choice is—Fall Favorite, sunken Muddler, Pick 'yer Pocket...

Confluence Films Premiers Connect

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Connect shows at Bozeman's Ellen Theater

Headed out last Friday for the Bozeman, Montana premier of Confluence Films' new release, Connect. Connect is the third offering in a line of quality films and it follows Drift and Rise. Knowing the crew that would be in attendance, I figured I was in for a fun and somewhat wild time. And the evening didn't disappoint.

Sashimi Salmon, Alaska West Style

Don't Be a Wimp, Eat Raw Salmon
Was checking out a friend's site the other day and came across this recipe made by another friend, Chris Price. Price works at Alaska West for Andrew Bennett and Deneki Outdoors. Price and I grew up together in a duck blind and when I was fishing AK West a few years ago we asked each other a series of questions that promted memories in our heads, until, until, after, like, 38 years of having not seen each other we realized that we were reunited. Crazy weird, but so fly fishing. World is small for sure.

Thomas wins Society of Animal Artists Award

Have some cool news to share about my father, Fred Thomas, who's been a wildlife illustrater for 30-some years and a lifelong hard-core outdoorsman.