Brook Trout Blues

Brook Trout Blues

I can hear snores coming from the bedroom set along the back wall of what serves as the cabin’s kitchen, dining and living room. My head aches and my mouth feels like I ate a fistful of cotton candy minus the candy. After drawing the short straw, or in my case, a...

Finding Joe Brooks: A Video Documentary

Finding Joe Brooks: A Video Documentary

This is a film about a man who was the epitome of the word “sportsman.” Joe Brooks could have been a standout in multiple sports on a professional level. He was a great baseball player who played for a short time for the Baltimore Orioles. He was a bruising boxer, a...

Fly Fishing the Colorado Backcountry

Fly Fishing the Colorado Backcountry

I’m fortunate that I live in Colorado where miles and miles of backcountry wilderness sits at my backdoor. So for years I’ve explored rivers and lakes without names and no permanent address on a topographic map. Some are seasonal lakes or rivers only to be found...

New Hampshire’s Native Brookies

New Hampshire’s Native Brookies

I’ve been teaching a lot of anglers how to use tenkara this season. When I tell people that you can use tenkara for all types of fresh water species, I’m often asked what my favorite is. I think people are surprised at my answer. Most of the time they are expecting me...

Chasing Sea Run Brook Trout(Salters), Tenkara Style

Chasing Sea Run Brook Trout(Salters), Tenkara Style

I finally made it to a special brook that has been on my list to scout for the elusive, wild sea-run brook trout of Massachusetts. The sea-run brook trout, or salter as we refer to them here in New England, are a very special fish. The salters hatch in freshwater...

Colorado: Winter Fly Fishing

Colorado: Winter Fly Fishing

For the fly fishing community winter is a typically a time to catch up on tying and replenish fly boxes emptied from the year’s fishing. Many of us reflect on the trips taken and the trophies caught to get us through the winter and to battle severe cases of cabin...

Bohier Lake Camps

Bohier Lake Camps

Located on Quebec’s Lower North Shore, at mid-point between Anticosti Island and the Labrador border, Bohier Lake Camps means remote, pristine wilderness and a real fine fly fishing adventure. No roads or trails, and accessible only by floatplane, as a private camp, Bohier Camp receives a very limited number of anglers each year. Catch and release of all adult fish is our management moto and fly fishing is the way to go.