revised fly fishing poem

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Greg Moore, Jul 29, 2002.

  1. Greg Moore

    Greg Moore New Member

    Here's a re-make of the 23rd Psalm. I had a remake that was done for golf and thought it would fit for fly fishing. I'm not trying to offend anyone just thought it was unique. Add, delete, change the words to see if we can come up with different versions. Again, I appologize if it offends you but here it is anyway.

    The Guide is my shepherd, I shall not foul hook.
    He maketh me to cast straight down clean rivers.
    He leadeth me safely across tricky currents,
    he restoreth my roll casts.
    He leadeth me in the paths of accuracy for my drifts sake.
    Yeah, though I cast thru the many currents in the shadow of boulders,
    I will fear no drag, for his advise is with me;
    His fly rod and fly line, they comfort me.
    He prepareth a strategy for me in the presence of the trout.
    He anoineth my head with confidence;
    the driftboat will not tippeth over.
    Surely cuts and rainbows shall follow me all the float trips of my life, and I will catch and release on all the rivers - forever.
    Amen


    Good luck!


    Greg :THUMBSUP