Fishing Food for Thought

We here at the Caddis Fly Shop are big fans of biscuits and gravy. Some might even call us biscuit connoisseurs. When leaving town for an early fishing trip, not much compares in terms of calories per dollar or stick-to-your ribs value. A good plate of B&G keeps the stomach gurgles at bay and allows the angler to focus on catching fish.

Streets Food Cart

Given our love for a cheap, hearty, and satisfying breakfast, you can imagine our gastronomic excitement when a new food cart opened its doors across the street from our shop a few months ago. Streets Food Cart, at West Sixth Avenue and Lincoln Street, serves up some of the best biscuits and gravy that our widely traveled palettes have come across. For six bucks, you get a heaping pile of buttery homemade biscuits and your choice of sausage or spicy cheesy gravy. Definitely enough food to feed two hungry fishermen. The next time you’re heading out of town or swinging by the shop for some supplies, stop by and get yourself set up with some grub. Tell the manager, Justin, that the guys from the Caddis Fly sent you.


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3 Responses to Fishing Food for Thought

  1. olderh says:


  2. Michael Beech says:

    Had to go to Wikipedia to find out what you were talking about. Looks good; another reason to visit your town. M

  3. marc robershaw says:

    Shameless plug…which I plan on enjoying B&g are the bomb.

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