The Life of a Fisherman

For many, the solace and connection to nature that fishing provides is a delight and a comfort. Such is the case for Joel La Follette, the owner of Royal Treatment Fly Fishing in Oregon. The Lincoln Now article embedded above has more info about Joel's start in fly fishing.

"Joel has been fly fishing for 52 years now," the piece reads, "and the sport has been a common thread throughout every pivotal moment of his life. Even his introduction to the sport came during one of those life moments that define us—in Joel’s case, when he was sent to live with his grandparents at the age of seven, following his mother’s death." We're glad that Joel's story has a happy ending.

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