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Trout Fishing Watercolor Print By Dean Crouser

Trout Fishing Watercolor Print from original Painting By Dean Crouser. $25.00, via Etsy.

FLYFISHING Watercolor Print by Dean Crouser by DeanCrouserArt, $25.00

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Bluegill Fish Watercolor 11x14 Cottage Decor Art print by artist Barry Singer

Bluegill Fish Watercolor

FLY FISHING Watercolor Print by Dean Crouser by DeanCrouserArt, $45.00

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RAINBOW TROUT Watercolor Print by Dean Crouser

RAINBOW TROUT

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BROWN TROUT Watercolor Print by Dean Crouser

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Birmingham Fly Reel, Maker Unknown. Accession No. 1986.028.261. Diameter 2 1/2 inches, pillar length 1 inch, weight 6 ounces. This attractive reel, featuring bas relief angling scenes on the plates, was commercially produced in at least two sizes, both as a crank handle reel and as a revolving plate reel. It appears to be a Victorian era British product. The design was reproduced in Germany during the 1970s and it is now difficult to differentiate the original reels from the…

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William Billinghurst Reel. Accession No. 1985.29.1. Diameter 3 inches, depth 3/4 inches, weight 3 1/4 ounces. William Billinghurst (1807-1880) was a well known gunsmith whose patent for a side-mount reel built of wire and castings is now considered to be the first American fly reel. The unique appearance of these reels has prompted some to refer to them as birdcage reels.

Edward Ringwood Hewitt (1866-1957) is one of the great figures of 20th century angling. He wrote voluminously on trout and salmon fishing, was an early exponent of dry fly fishing for salmon, and was also one of the first to help promote catch-and-release fishing. It is currently believed that Hewitt built 22 fly reels; at present, only seven Hewitt reels are known to exist, including this one once owned by Maxine Atherton, wife of artist and author John Atherton.