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As always, we will be on the Cape the end of May, a little later then last year. Also in June we will head into the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, within Superior National Forest. It looks like an awesome adventure. … Continue reading
The boys came to town at the end of September. Were able to fish the Mohawk and also took a quick hike into Bear Lake off the McKeever Truck Trail. Camped at the scribe fit lean-to there that I helped … Continue reading
In October Amy and I went to Great Exuma for our twentieth anniversary. Sneaked in two days of fishing with “JJ” Allen Dames. “JJ” is the two time Bahamian Champion bone fisherman, and a great guide. Very pleasant fellows. The … Continue reading
After hiatus of many years I was able to but together a trip to the Cape. My baptism to saltwater fly fishing was at the Cape many years ago. I started fishing there with my good friends Meeka Wojnilo and … Continue reading
Made my second trip to Salmon River yesterday. The first time up was in early September. The river was low, as it still is, but there were plenty of fish. Plenty of snaggers also! We were able to find an … Continue reading
Been busy filling fly orders. Thought I’d post some Salmon/Steelhead Flies for your enjoyment. The West Canada is fishing well in the evening. Plan to get up to Salmon River this week. Stay tuned.
James Dixon and his friend Kelly joined me for a morning fish. The Ephoron luekons (White Flies) have been hatching at dusk so the fish were not cooperative at all in the AM. River is very low as are all … Continue reading
Spent the weekend at Spey Nation in Pineville. Was a great event, great raffle. Took a casting lesson with Peter Charles which really got my two-handed casting headed in the right direction. Read the books but a little tutoring from … Continue reading
Floated the West Branch of the Delaware with friends Jim Tracy and Gary Bartell. Sulphers were hatching and fish were rising but tough. Tried numerous sulphers patterns with little luck. Few Olives on the water also. Flow was just above … Continue reading
John Covey from Texas joined me for an evening fish. Typical last hour of light rise. Managed to take a few fish including this fellow. Thanks John!