IRELAND . .Towy River. . . I watch father and son share the intricacies of fly fishing this famous Towy River. 200 years ago, caddies called "gillies" carried creels for aristocrats. They tied "streamer flies" on catgut leaders to cast with bamboo rods. My son, Tom and I used to fish together. I'd like fish and rivers saved for him and for my grandsons, without pollution and dams.
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