Brook Trout & Blueberry Pie
A 2,000 mile road trip with dad ends in family fun, trout fishing in the Adirondacks, and blueberry pie.
The Pink Lady: A Catskill Legend
A good streamside stiffener never fails to elevate a good story...but we must wait and travel back to the late 19th century. We travel to a famous Catskill inn, sit by a hand-hewn, rock fireplace to remove our waders and boots
Quietly crawling through marshland with my rod balanced on my shoulder and doing my best to stay out of sight, I was reminded of stalking chalk stream trout in the British countryside, not a technique I had anticipated when fishing for the aggressive golden dorado in the Ibera Marsh of Northern Argentina.
Lahontan Through Different Eyes
When it comes to leading change, there is no one more fierce than a woman backed by history, tradition, and a passion for a place and people.
Albies & More
Anyone with a keen interest in saltwater fly fishing will likely find their Facebook news feeds loaded with captivating images of glamorous flats trophies such as bonefish, permit, tarpon, and the occasional redfish. While angling for the species is some of my favorite fishing, there is so much more to saltwater fly fishing.
I preach the value of learning for a living, but I am not always comfortable as a novice.