Fly fishing authority James Humphrey dies at age 91

James Humphrey had a fly-fishing cast that was breathtaking. His knowledge of Upper Midwestern trout streams was equally impressive. In some circles, the two editions of Humphrey's book "Trout Streams of Wisconsin and Minnesota" are known as the old and new testament.
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James Humphrey had a fly-fishing cast that was breathtaking. His knowledge of Upper Midwestern trout streams was equally impressive. In some circles, the two editions of Humphrey's book "Trout Streams of Wisconsin and Minnesota" are known as the old and new testament.

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