By Kirk Deeter
Times change, and with them so do trends, attitudes, and even cultural stereotypes.
But the principles of fishing are as solid as the rock of Gibraltar. Steady like magnetic north. Sure, we find new tricks and techniques, and we use new materials. But, by and large, what was good advice in Field & Stream 50 or more years ago is still good advice.
Which cannot be said for all magazine advice. To wit, I bring you these excerpts sent to us from the Fly Talk Cutlural Institute in Grawn, Michigan, from Housekeeping Monthly from May 13, 1955. The story is called "The Good Wife's Guide," and I swear I am not making this stuff up (I'm not that brave)...