Alberta Super Bugs
When folks generally think about super bugs they channel disease, pestilence and suffering.
Fly fishers, and especially those who patrol Alberta’s Eastern Slopes trout streams, northern boreal grayling rivers and the province’s prolific pothole tr
Glass is Back
If anyone had told me 38 years ago, after fishing my first graphite fly rod, that I would be considering buying a fiberglass fly rod nearly forty years later I would have told them they were nuts. Graphite was so much lighter, easier to cast and w
The Bull Trout of the Athabasca
I know the area well. Snow-capped mountains with a ribbon of crystal clear water that carves around a rocky bend and settles into deep emerald green pool. A pool so deep I have never seen the bottom, but I know what lives there. There are always
The scenario is frequently repeating itself. You’re not catching fish on a yellow and red five of diamonds spoon, so you switch it up and go to copper. When that fails to produce, you decide to give dark green a workout. On and on it goes, until y