Wednesday, March 18, 2009

FGFF in the Wall Street Journal.

Brownlining got a little journalistic recognition today on the front page of the Wall Street Journal.

FGFF's own Kyle Deneen, Tom Teasdale, TU, JPL, Michael Gracie and Kieth Barton got some love in Justin Schecks article revolving around these large fish who live in that dirty, dirty water.
Here, the fish are big. The strikes are frequent. And other anglers are kept at bay by the occasional bobbing diaper.
After driving 2 hours to fish with these guys, Kyle's linguistic eloquence was reduced to "I wanted to fish for carp." Good job dude, keeping it simple. Just kidding, you know I love you Kyle. If you watch the video, you can see him in the background as he is the only person I know with orange waders.

Anyways, I think this kicks super loads of ass for Brownlining in general, and all those mentioned. Especially us, because you can't deny the kick-ass.

Very Nice!


  1. Anonymous11:15 PM

    Alex -

    Kyle gets full credit for netting Justin's catch. I just had to mention Tom's name too or he said he was going to Facebook tag the pics of me puking channel cat burrito via the spycam they have in the shop's restroom.

    Proof of that kind of behavior really belongs on this site - I was just looking out for you guys' reputation.

  2. Anonymous7:19 AM

    beauty eh?

    well done. A proud day for fat guys everywhere.

  3. Anonymous7:43 AM

    I'll extend my congrat's to the corners of FGFF, it really is pretty sweet. I added your site to my list-o-fishin' friends man. Good stuff

  4. Nice dudes. That's awesome. I particularly like how that catfish's mouth hangs low, like sleeve of wizard.

  5. @Michael- Thanks dude, I appreciate the consideration.

    @Ben- Thanks for the add, we appreciate it.

    @Matt- High Five!

  6. Anonymous3:47 AM

    Anybody check the IGFA record for diapers catfish? That beast might stir the same controversy as the Hoh Steelhead - only with less tears.

  7. Anonymous8:09 AM

    @KB - The subject was debated, after the fact. We didn't get a measurement, but Teasdale was ready and willing to use Kyle's weight instead, ensuring it would be a record for the ages. Further, the resemblance was startling.

  8. That is some legit coverage guys. Nice job.


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