Pig Farm Ink is proud to announce that we have partnered with COSTA to get bitchin' in 2016. COSTA has committed to providing support for Pig Farm Ink's Iron Fly and Get Trashed events, Bring Back the Porn campaign, as well as an investment into the continued development of events that encourage people to "Go Outside" and "See What's Out There". Pig Farm Ink has committed to provide a network of support for COSTA and TU's college engagement campaign, 5RIVERS, as well as other marketing initiatives.
At this year’s Rally held at Graves Mountain Lodge in Syria, Va., 200 students from 20 schools participated in a variety of activities, including a premiere of the F3T spinoff, “Flies, Films and Foam,” a raffle (items donated by our program sponsors, Simms Fishing Products, Montana Fly Company and Mossy Creek Fly Shop), Pig Farm Ink’s “Iron Fly” tying competition and “Get Trashed” stream cleanup. During the “Get Trashed” event, students removed two tons of trash from the waterways of Syria, Va.!
A handful of years ago a bunch of us were having the time of our lives, going on fly fishing adventures with good friends and capturing what we could on video. We would spend all year collecting footage and spent months editing it down to something that we felt captured the energy and excitement of our journeys - something that we wanted to watch. Something that got us fired up to go on our next fishing adventure...
In December, Pig Farm Ink partnered with Winged Reel out of Atlanta, GA to host a Gear Drive benefiting Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing. We're honored and grateful to announce that the estimated donation value from the Winged Reel/Pig Farm Ink Gear Drive was $50,000!
It’s no joke. When shit gets serious it gets real serious. I don’t think I can do the magnitude of manic depression justice by trying to relay it in words. I’ve read some great authors attempts at it. My favorite so far is “The Meat Bucket Blues”. Seems to sum it up in a very descriptive, non-specific way.
For those of you unaware, Fort Collins, Colorado is a bitchin' town, and the official headquarters of Pig Farm Ink. When it came time to pick a location for our debut Get Trashed event, Fort Compton was the logical choice.
Many of us have been fishing the water of the Poudre river throughout Old Town since we were kids, and we are all aware that the river could use our help. The Poudre (through downtown Fort Collins) is an urban trout fishery, and although it is a beautiful freestone river, its close proximity to downtown means that some garbage inevitably ends up in it.
It's 330 a.m. Saturday morning I've just gotten off of work, and too many people bought me shots. I am drunk. Luckily, a lot of my friends work nine to fives and can only fish on the weekends, which we all know is the best time to go! 530 a.m. rolls around...
I was all alone, just me and the river
I saw a fish rise, and it gave me a shiver
Being as green as I was, I setup to fast
Blowing it all, with a nice pile cast...