SOUTHERN BELIZE FLY TYING INITIATIVE
By Dave Fason Tying flies is something most anglers enjoy doing. The ability to use your imagination to create something that will in return catch fish is invaluable as an angler. I take for granted that I can purchase materials and tools needed so easily. This is not the case...
THE LAND DOWN UNDER
Turning 40 is a great excuse to go fishing…Well, actually making good on a small kitchen remodel and turning 40 allowed a couple of family guys to fulfil a dream of chasing big browns in the backcountry of New Zealand. Todd and I have been fishing partners for almost 30...
A MOTHER'S STORY: HILARY HUTCHESON
People often ask me about my first fish. Honestly, I don’t remember it. Something interesting happens when I’m asked about my biggest or best fish, or the one that got away. The fish I think about aren’t even my own...they’re my daughters’.
IS IT THE WEEKEND?
It’s a recurring question that is too often considered, but for good reason. Let's keep the dream of the weekend warrior alive and well.
THE SIMPLE LIFE
There’s a subtle but overpowering sense of inferiority when you’re buried in Alaska’s most untouched wilderness.
“Home is where you park it” became our creed, but one of our most memorable experiences came when we left our 80 square foot fortress behind.
REMNANT OF FALL
Is it cold outside? Yes. Is the fishing any good? Maybe. So, should we go fly fishing? Absolutely!
When our good friend Emily from Today's Letters said she wanted to come out to chase steelies this September, we knew that we couldn’t make any guarantees, but we could promise three things: awesome coffee, great beer, and a chance at catching a steelhead.