Becoming a Better Dry Fly Angler
Trial and error can be a painfully slow method for improving your fly-fishing skills. The old adage "you don’t know what you don’t know" is always lurking in the background. I’ve had the benefit of fishing with some extremely knowledgeable fly-ang
Make Your Own Fishing Adventure
There’s something inspiring to step outside and stretch the boundaries of your fishing and outdoor experiences. I do this every year, because I love new experiences, and there are literally countless new experiences out there, waiting for you or
Early Season Fly Fishing
After a long cold winter many anglers are eager to get out fly fishing at the first sign of spring. Unless you are lucky enough to live where you can fly fish year round, or have the means to travel somewhere warm during the winter, you are probab
The hot July sun radiated its soothing beams on the surface of serene Pigeon Lake.
This big cottage waterbody southwest of Edmonton, Alberta, sadly, has no shortage of problems.
Blue-green algae blooms, creeping urbanization, user group conflicts