Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Post #1001... Fly Giveaway!

I was just looking through my stats and I noticed with some surprise that my post from this morning was a big milestone for Connecticut Fly Angler... post number 1000! That's three and a half years worth of my fishing life... crazy. Anyway some people actually read this blog, and I must thank all of you faithful readers for without some readership I would have given this up a while ago. I have decided that this is a good time to thank you all by way of a fly giveaway.

All you need to do is comment on this post. I don't care if you are a longtime commenter or if you have never once commented on any of my posts. These giveaways only work if you guys comment!!! Anyway, comment on this post and in five days I will randomly select one comment and on that day I will post the winner and details on how to get in touch with me. I will send that winner three each of my four most productive trout flies.

Big thanks to all of my readers,

Rowan Lytle

Malachi Lytle Photo

18 comments:

  1. Great blog man! We have to fish some time!

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  2. It is with great enthusiasm that I read you Blog every day. You have learned so much and in turn are teaching your readers. Now, get back to tying and fishing as we can't wait to see what tomorrow will bring.
    Tie, fish, write and photo on...

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  3. Keep it up! It's very interesting, living on the west coast, to read your descriptions of what fishing is like on the east coast.

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  4. Great blog - good read, good info, great photos. Thanks for everything!

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  5. Congrats! Its always a good read, and its nice to know others are out there having their adventures just like me :) I can't do it all, and its great to see you fishing for so many species many of us ignore.

    Its hard to keep up with the writing sometimes, and you do it really well. Looking forward to seeing the flies you send out to the winner, hope you post them up here too?

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  6. Looking Good

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  7. Congrats on the milestone!!! Nice Action Photo!! Form looks good!!

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  8. Well done! That, is a lot of posts!
    Will

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  9. Wow, I wasn't sure how many I had so I checked, 149. Keep it up man always enjoy your posts.

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  10. I always find myself coming back to this blog of yours. Thanks for taking your time to share your adventures with us all. You never cease to inspire with your interesting, well written stories (and epic fish of course!)

    We really need to try some fishing together before I say goodbye to New England at the year's end.

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  11. I read all of the posts, but I usually don't comment. But I can't resist some free flies! Love what you're doing, keep it up!

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  12. Great blog. The perspective on that photo makes you look like a giant

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  13. Have to throw a comment in. I fish western MA and northern CT and I greatly enjoy reading this blog. It is very close to, if not the best blog in our area. Never ceases to impress. Keep up the great work.

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  14. Love the site. Congrats on 1000 posts. I don't post at all but thoroughly enjoy your well written blog and great pics.

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  15. Congratulations on the milestone posts. Your a natural angler, your love for the sport and conservation is very respectable.
    Tell your brother, nice picture as well.

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  16. You make this old English teacher proud. Keep doing what you are passionate about, and never stop writing. You're very good at it! -Mrs. F

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  17. Hey, so this post is from last year, I'm going to reply anyway. Love the blog and the pictures.

    It's good inspiration to start exploring small streams in earnest. I think of myself as a Cape Cod striper guy even though I've lived here for ten years. So trout fishing "doesn't count" and all I do for variety is hit a different hole on the Farmington.

    I did some winter scouting and looked at streams. I think I'll start trying them out for real. A 6" wild brookie beats a 12" stocker.

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