Making a difference
I love fishing, and I love being outdoors, especially in the company of family and friends. It is exciting every time there is a bite and a fish is hooked. Be it big or little, there is immense satisfaction being able to fool that fish, get it t
Pass the Salt
Saltwater fly fishing in tropical locations is a version of the sport where starting out properly is very important, and while I am not an expert, hopefully this advice will help you out should you decide to give it a try. As I write this I'm prep
Hopper Time - Fly-fishing’s Second Season
The last two weeks of May and first two of June is a cosmic time for Alberta fly-rodders.
It truly is fly-fishing Christmas with the low altitude brown trout rivers experiencing the great fly hatches of the season.
The big boys like golden stones
Pike on the Fly - Fishing New Waters
A friend and I have been on a quest the last few years to land Master Angler-qualifying pike in Manitoba on our flyrods. That means a pike of 41" or longer, certainly doable in many of that province’s remote, northern lodges where fish grow large