September 13, 2011

smart business decisions

What do you do with all of the countless fly leftovers and daddy's got to eat? You trade flies for beef. Prime 100% grass fed locally raised beef. I'm glad someone's got a use for all the test flies and holdover patterns from the past several years, but frankly it was an insult to them to be sitting in my fly boxes not even getting a chance to see light of day or breathe some fresh air. Now, there's two winners involved here. My buddy gets to stack his fly boxes with some roughfisher originals and I get some tasty beef from Thousand Hills Cattle Company. Winner.

thousand hills beef
I think I've just found a new niche market, bartering flies for food and drink. Now if anyone's got some homebrewed IPA, barleywine ale, or imperial stouts they're willing to trade for, I'm listening.
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  1. No better way(well maybe a few) to show you're support for clean water...Then voting with your fork. Support the people that integrate sound environmental practices, like grass based agriculture.

    Those flies will help me teach a few people fish on the low ain't cheap.

    THCC is only in the upper Midwest, but if that's out of your area check out they'll put you in good hands:)

  2. Alright... I now own

    Lets get this thing off the ground.

  3. Solid deal. Want some Dogfish beer?

  4. Mr. Churchill. He's an Ole. Top notch operation. Good trade.