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Zullo puts teaching, angling skills to good use as fly-fishing guide

Jason Lee, 13, of Salt Lake City Utah, tries casting his line into the Indian River while Jim Zullo watches.
-(Mark Perfetti/For The Daily Gazette)
Jason Lee, 13, of Salt Lake City Utah, tries casting his line into the Indian River while Jim Zullo watches. -(Mark Perfetti/For The Daily Gazette)
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It’s a common workday daydream for a great many anglers: retire relatively young, get a guide license and get paid to take people fly-fishing on the trout streams of the Adirondacks and Catskills. What could be more fun? “I don’t know if ‘fun’ is the right adjective,” said Jim Zullo of Indian Lake, Hamilton County, who’s been living the dream for 11 years. “It’s work. You have to be prepared. You’ve got to get people ...

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