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Jackson, You don't understand - this is dry fly fishing that will haunt you!!The above quotation is from my friend Sam (whom we'll be camping with) while he tries to explain how salvageable this weekend will really be. We've already had some great fishing this season so I'm somewhat skeptical about this being that much better.....
Did my annual trip to BC/Alberta early last August and it was nothing short of fantastic. Sorry for the late posting but better late than never. Our aim was to fish the Lower Bow for a few days and then head south and west from Calgary and fish the Kootenay region for […]
I hardly know where to begin. I just spent a week fly fishing at Austinâ€™s Alaska Adventure Lodge near Nome in northwestern Alaska. Unless youâ€™ve looked at a map of the area, you would be surprised, as I was, at how far that is from here….
This pic says it all, a sign post in […]
Ahhhhh! Cool mountain nights, warm sunny days. Beautiful scenery. Hundreds of miles of cool mountain streams and small rivers full of brook, brown and rainbow trout, both wild and regularly stocked. Few crowds, if not few people in general. Some days you might never see another fly fisherman. Not too good to be true, […]
I need to be careful, pretty soon Iâ€™m going to run out of superlatives to describe these unbelievable fly fishing trips Iâ€™ve been able to enjoy this year. So forgive me, hereâ€™s another one that turned out to be simply fantastic.My wife Linda and I left last Friday AM on our annual trek south […]
Just got back from a few days on the west branch fly fishing Ausable river with Rob McKay~what an amazing river! It was a little different from previous years, but just as awesome a place to be!
With the fall colors painting the hills and mountains, we rolled into the Adirondack region of […]
Iâ€™m beginning to appreciate that fly fishing trips rarely turn out quite as expected. So Iâ€™m learning to keep an open mind, and just go ahead and enjoy what the fishing Gods and Mother Nature serve up. After all, if a trip were to be entirely predictable, what would be the point of going?
The Humber River is one of four rivers beginning in the Headwaters country north-west of the city of Toronto. Along with the Credit, the Grand, and the Nottawasaga, the Humber River begins in Mono Township east of Orangeville; it then winds its way through the hills of Caledon, eventually flowing into Lake Ontario in […]
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I have the good fortune to be headed off this coming Sunday to Alaska for a week-long fly fishing trip with two friends from Sarasota, Florida. This posting is a kind of prologue for those who might be interested in some of the Alaska fly fishing details, and I’ll certainly be posting a […]