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West Virginia fly fishing enthusiast Pamela Caldwell Dunlap shared her story of fly fishing on the north fork of the south branch of the Potomac River, when she met a noted fly fishing editor when she was trying to net a rainbow trout.
By Pamela Caldwell Dunlap
So all weekend I’m carrying around a magazine in my sling pack hoping to get an autograph.
It never happened.
So on Sunday after the girls checked out and headed home I went fishing over the mountain.
I’ve got a fish on and he keeps digging, fighting and running when I tried to net him. A gentleman comes up behind me and asks if I need help.
“Sure!” I say.
After he nets the fish I ask him to pose for a picture with me.
Everyone meet …
Ross Purnell, Editor of Fly Fisherman Magazine. “Better than any autograph!”
- Taken At: North Fork of the South Branch of the Potomac
- Taken On: 04/23/2017
- With: Pamela Caldwell Dunlap/Ross Purnell