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Author Topic: Lefty and the Art of Sporting Clays  (Read 106 times)
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« on: March 13, 2018, 12:01AM »

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We invite you to check out Dan Schindler's newest article

Lefty and the Art of Sporting Clays

I canít quite remember the year but the memory is crystal clear. For those of you who might not know the name, itís Lefty Kreh. Heís a legend and deservedly so, an author, teacher and all around nice guy.

Smitten by the lure of fly-fishing, I walked into the Boiling Springs Fly Shop, just outside Carlisle Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania has some incredible trout streams and I was re-stocking my supply of artificial terrestrials, also known as ants, beetles, crickets and such.

This Spring morning was busy hosting a fly-casting school. Lo and behold, there sat Mr. Kreh at a table...

Sure all you Pennsylvania Shooters are familiar with the Yellow Breeches and possibly knew Lefty too! Lot's of good memories there. For those who aren't familiar, the Yellow Breeches Creek is world-renowned for its great fishing!

Enjoy the beautiful spring days ahead. We hope to see you out on the course!

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