|Mike and Marty Machtan|
Photo Courtesy of Linda Clem
As anglers, no matter what method we use, be it bait slinging all the way to casting a fly with a Tenkara rod, we all get a smile on our faces when we feel the tug of a fish. We get to experience this feeling every time because we have the use of both hands and both arms.
So what happens when a person who was spending a large part of their free time fishing suffered from a debilitating stroke? And one of the effects of that stroke is that you lose all function on the right side of your body, which happens to be your dominant side? During the recovery that person still has a passion for fly fishing and have a very fishy river literally out the back door.