By Gary Lewis / The Bulletin
May 24, 2012
The best fishing flies are born of frustration. It was about 1936 when a Minnesotan named Don Gapen, baffled by big brookies in Ontario's Nipigon River, tied a fly he dubbed the Muddler Minnow.
The idea came after watching Ojibway Indians catch darter and sculpin minnows after dark. They lit....