So I’ve never been in a drift boat before. I’ve had lots of them float by me on the Guadalupe while I envied the paying client being told exactly where to fish, when to mend, and how to hold the fish for the perfect grip and grin shot. Being ferried around to all the honey […]
Seems like the only thing I post nowadays are calls to action to fix this or that. I’m not fishing much lately so I’m trying to protect the streams and quarry for when I actually do get out on the water. With that, here’s the latest thing to piss you off and get you to […]
I am anxiously waiting for fly fishing movies to start making the move from DVDs only to online. There currently aren’t any on Netflix instant streaming. I get my fix currently by subscribing to YouTube channels. BTW, I can post my favorite channels if anyone is interested. But, Hulu just made the fine New Zealand […]
I took a vacation day today to spend some time out on the GRTU lease on the Guadalupe. Although the weather was very different than the last trip, I caught the exact same number and mix of fish: 1 nice rainbow and 1 dinky bass.
When I arrived at Site 5 around 10:15a this […]
I needed a day off. Yes, needed. I’ve had to make some hard choices lately and now that I did, time to step into the serene world of deciding between olive or black streamer, or fish here or walk.
Thursday, Veterans Day (thank you military for protecting this beautiful country of ours), I headed […]
In the low desert mountains of New Mexico, meandering between the dry, brush covered arid hills, flows a gin-clear, trout-infested oasis of a stream. 5 miles of the Rio Penasco are on Charlie Mulcock’s ranch about 10 miles outside of the tiny town of Mayhill, NM. The ranch has been in his family for 106 […]
I’m so happy to get back out on the water again on Thursday. I only get about 3 or 4 hours as the trip is part of a shopping trip with my wife. I drop her off in Gruene for a few hours while I hit the water. I hope the weather works out and […]
I’m fishing my old short-lived home waters of the Provo River in Heber City Utah tomorrow morning. I have a guide from Four Seasons Fly Fishers for the whole day. It’s going to be unbelievably cold for me like 19 in the morning and it may warm up to 38 in the afternoon. […]
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