Camping, 1956
Source: candyruth on Flickr

Camping, 1956

Source: candyruth on Flickr

Laurentian Mountains, Quebec, 1930Source: McCord Museum

Laurentian Mountains, Quebec, 1930
Source: McCord Museum

Source: rogerwilkerson

Source: rogerwilkerson

Promotional Brochure: Idaho Travel, 1963Source: grayflannelsuit

Promotional Brochure: Idaho Travel, 1963
Source: grayflannelsuit

Highland Lakes, Texas, 1950sSource: LCRA Corporate Archives on Flickr

Highland Lakes, Texas, 1950s
Source: LCRA Corporate Archives on Flickr

Flatlands, Campbellton, New Brunswick, 1908Photo: Wm. Notman & Son / Source: McCord Museum

Flatlands, Campbellton, New Brunswick, 1908
Photo: Wm. Notman & Son / Source: McCord Museum

Cross Creek, Florida, 1949
Source: State Archives of Florida

Cross Creek, Florida, 1949

Source: State Archives of Florida

Sun Valley, Idaho, 1941
An enormously popular image on both fashion and fishing blogs, this Robert Capa photograph of Gary Cooper crossing a creek appeared in a Life magazine article shot on Ernest Hemingway’s ranch and was oddly titled “Life Goes Hunting in Sun Valley.” Capa, who co-founded Magnum Photos in Paris, covered five wars (his Spanish Civil War photo “Loyalist Militiaman at the Moment of Death” is most famous) as well as covering lighter moments for Life.   
More on Capa here.Source: voxsart

Sun Valley, Idaho, 1941

An enormously popular image on both fashion and fishing blogs, this Robert Capa photograph of Gary Cooper crossing a creek appeared in a Life magazine article shot on Ernest Hemingway’s ranch and was oddly titled “Life Goes Hunting in Sun Valley.” Capa, who co-founded Magnum Photos in Paris, covered five wars (his Spanish Civil War photo “Loyalist Militiaman at the Moment of Death” is most famous) as well as covering lighter moments for Life.   

More on Capa here.
Source: voxsart

Wyoming, Fall 1928Ernest Hemingway with trusty fly rod and creel.Source: countrytweeds

Wyoming, Fall 1928
Ernest Hemingway with trusty fly rod and creel.
Source: countrytweeds

Mondo Oreno!South Bend Tarp Oreno Tarpon SpecialFounded in 1895 in the South Bend, Indiana home of F.G. Worden, The South Bend Bait Company was famous for the Oreno lures including the famous Bass Oreno, Trout Oreno and Surf Oreno. The Tarp Oreno was one of the South Bend family of single hook lures made famous by Zane Grey. The Tarpon Special (1951 to 1953) was rigged with a through-wire and break away mechanism for the tail hook.
Source: Lang’s Auction

Mondo Oreno!
South Bend Tarp Oreno Tarpon Special
Founded in 1895 in the South Bend, Indiana home of F.G. Worden, The South Bend Bait Company was famous for the Oreno lures including the famous Bass Oreno, Trout Oreno and Surf Oreno. The Tarp Oreno was one of the South Bend family of single hook lures made famous by Zane Grey. The Tarpon Special (1951 to 1953) was rigged with a through-wire and break away mechanism for the tail hook.

Source: Lang’s Auction

International Billfish Tournament, Kona, Hawaii, 1967
Actor Lee Marvin congratulates Dr. Richard Kelley for landing a Pacific blue marlin while Chuck Kelley holds the fishing pole.
Source: Saturday Briefing

International Billfish Tournament, Kona, Hawaii, 1967

Actor Lee Marvin congratulates Dr. Richard Kelley for landing a Pacific blue marlin while Chuck Kelley holds the fishing pole.

Source: Saturday Briefing

House of Hardy Catalogue, 1969
Source: Microphenia on Flickr

House of Hardy Catalogue, 1969

Source: Microphenia on Flickr

Scout’s Honor 12

Scout’s Honor 12

(Source: formfollowsfunctionjournal, via basicsofman)