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Gadabout Gaddis - Bayhorse Trout
(On the back side of the tape)
Nothing fancy or sophisticated. Just fishing and enjoying it in the great
outdoors, with the world's most famous angler, Gadabout Gaddis. You might
call it: taking Thoreau seriously. "Fishing is more than just catching
a fish," reflects Gadabout, "It's soaking up nature and all its marvelous
Can he fish? He can! . . . and has in just about every place in the United
States, Mexico and Canada, over the past sixty years. And, no faking for
the camera either! You see Gadabout catching fish. While a crowd watched
skeptically, he once snared over seventy bass out of a local "fished out"
lake near Schenectady. Not too long ago, while the reports said, "No Fish
In The Bay", he astonished Cape Cod fisherman by racking up 124 striped
bass in a brief four afternoons. He is the angler par excellence, and a
dedicated conservationist. If you are not a fisherman now . . . you may
be after a session with Gadabout Gaddis.
If you've never been to central Idaho, you're in for a rare outdoor treat.
Bayhorse Lake, near Clayton, Idaho, is up an unpaved dirt road, in one
of the most beautiful, primitive wilderness areas still left in the country.
It is about a half a mile wide and packed with Rainbows and Browns. It's
one of those wonderful, secluded bodies of water you'd never find, unless
somebody told you about it. That Gadabout Gaddis does as he takes you there,
and shows you how simple fly or spinning equipment can yield fish as fantastic
as the surroundings.
(Transcribed to HTML form, by Richard N. Diehl
April 13, 1998)
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