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There are only 2 things I will drive miles for and BOTH of them smell like fish. After a week long concerta and cigarette binge I was done with finals and ready for some fishing. I was out of my last final by 9am Friday, slept off the in between and was on the road
Four days in the desert will make you desperate for anything. In our case, we were desperate for trout. We stood by the greenish, opaque torrent and prepared ourselves for crossing. It was like a game of Oregon Trail in real life, but we weren’t paying for a ferry or indian guides. Caulk
Dry Fly Fishing for Alaskan Salmon from Fish with JD on Vimeo.
Here’s a bit of motivation for those of you who’ve always wanted to fish the Last Frontier but can’t seem to fit it into your schedule. Dust off the eight weight and log onto Orbitz, cuz the bows are fatter and the kings are bigger in Alaska.
We awoke in the morning at our predetermined time and collectively hit the snooze button. A late night spent drinking Flor De Cana, watching shooting stars, and sharing fishing stories is not conducive to dawn patrols. Plus I had tossed and turned enough to create a nice, comfortable little nest in the sand, and I
This year my fishing buddies and I decided to spend our annual fishing trip roaming the Colorado canyon lands in search of the fabled salmonflies that were known to blanket the riverbanks by the thousands. These insects are the equivalent of winged sirloin steaks mobbing the river as fisheries biologists claim that the trout