Have questions, suggestions, or want to offer me free fishing? (A man has to dream.) Want me to review a book or a piece of tackle? Want to share a tip or have me share a question with this blog’s readers?¬†Feel free to be in touch.

You can reach me at: b.h.carmichael [at]


4 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Ben,

    I enjoyed your Rhody post and I am glad you have bass in Boston. It has been a slow start to the season in most regards. The recent moon tides and a few warm days will hopefully bring squeteague, cinder worms and bigger bass to the Ocean State.
    If you are not already familiar; it would be my pleasure to show you the place where many feel flyrodding for stripers got it’s start. It seems you might appreciate that the precipitating event was the gas rationing during the WW that prevented a salmon fisherman from getting to his Canadian waters.



  2. Peter: Thanks for the comment, and glad you enjoyed the post on fishing in RI. Thanks, too, for the offer to show me the place “where flyrodding for stripers got its start.” I’d welcome the opportunity. Drop me a note at bhcarmichael AT

    Looking forward to talking, and hope you’re enjoying the sun,

  3. Hello Ben,
    I really enjoyed reading your piece on the rebirth of T & T fly rods. You have an obvious talent for bringing not just the key players to life ( like Tom Dorsey et al), but the contributions of a beloved American rod maker.
    I also read a friend’s Drake Magazine where you wrote a piece called “the Tools of Tom Dorsey”. I was wondering if there is any way that you could email me this article, I would be glad to make a contribution. I don’t read a lot of writing that brings to life all of the special things that makes fly fishing a wonderful passion, but your writing most definitely does. I would greatly appreciate getting a copy of your bio-piece on Tom Dorsey,

    All the best,
    Russ Kendall

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