Fly Fishing New Zealand South Island

Fly Fishing New Zealand South Island

New Zealand, one of the best fly fishing destinations in the world. It boasts of some of the most pristine lakes, rivers and streams for trout fishing. Although the whole country has plenty of fishing opportunities, this post will focus on South Island. Here you’ll...
“Never Sniff a Dead Horse on The Trail”

“Never Sniff a Dead Horse on The Trail”

Tobacco Root Mountains in Montana. Should I keep going? Okay, my brother Jason, and I decided to hike into an alpine lake and spend the weekend fishing. One of my goals for this angling season was to do more camping and more still water fishing. I needed incentive,...
Fly Fishing The Bow River with Santa Claus

Fly Fishing The Bow River with Santa Claus

Why do we fish? Why do you fish? I have asked and answered this question countless times over my 40 years of fishing, and the answers seem to lack consistency. Life changes and interrupts our wants and desires. Life demands time and energy, and as anglers we spend...
Boston, a Bruin, and a Black Lab!

Boston, a Bruin, and a Black Lab!

October Fishing.  Need I say more as an angler?  This is, arguably, one of the most popular months to chase trout. Anglers enjoy fair weather, fewer crowds, pre-spawn brown trout on testosterone, bugs hatching, and rainbows on the prowl. October in Montana can be...
A Dream Trip to Glacier National Park

A Dream Trip to Glacier National Park

In life, there are certain experiences that help shape you as a person.  Whether it’s our first sporting event, concert, or destination trip, it can help steer you into your passions.  This was true for me with my first true out of state fishing trip. About 10 years...
Discover the Upper Connecticut River

Discover the Upper Connecticut River

It was like a calling. Something from deep within.  You here about at the shows. You see the photos on online.  The Upper Connecticut Lakes and the headwaters of the 407 mile Connecticut River has a magical lore that draws you.   I always knew I...