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A new one in Wallace, ID! Still stocking their products, but has some killer flies for the local streams, Clearwater, St. Joe, and the like. We hit the place twice over the weekend, and Greg, the guy who owns it, is a great wealth of knowledge. It's called the Wallace Fly Shop and Wooden Drift Boats Co., and it's on Cedar street. Just an FYI to those who are traveling through. Besides hitting either City Limits Pub for a burger and a pint of Milk Stout, or the "13", it's yet another reason to pull off the interstate and cruise through the town.
 

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I'll be stopping at the 13 in about ten days. Will remind self to check out the shop and buy a few flies.

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My parents eloped in Wallace and I was conceived there. Wierd story but I always heard it as a kid passing by on the freeway or watching Dantes Peak.
"Your dad didn't want kids and I did, so a bottle of Jose later I got what I wanted."
I still have never stopped except for gas but maybe now that they have a fly shop I should stop and explore my "history". Haha
 

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Here's the link to the shop: http://www.wallaceflyshop.com. Greg is a super nice guy and a good addition to the town. We just spent a week in Wallace and happened to stumble on the shop while walking around town. Greg invited my son and I to a casting class which he's opened to the public on Monday nights.

Between Greg and the staff at the River Fly Shop in Kingston, ID, I received very helpful advice on flies and where to explore. Ran into this moose family right in the middle of a productive spot.
 
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