Renewal

It’s 11 degrees outside as I write this last post of 2017. The pellet stove runs nonstop. Tippet wears a sweater and completes her outside breaks in record time. I’m usually covered in some combination of wool, down and fleece before I step outside. In short, winter is here. The amount of daylight is much too […]

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Hot Weather Popper Fishing

Temps rose well above the 90 degree mark today, but that didn’t stop us from getting out before it got unbearably hot. Fredy and I loaded up the canoe and kayak and headed to Merrill Creek Reservoir. We were on the water shortly after 6 am. Even at that hour there were already a number of […]

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Pond Fish

Took my youngest daughter out for a Sunday afternoon fishing trip at a local lake in our canoe.  It was a simple affair: worms, bobbers, and a bream rod. Unfortunately the wind picked up and we spend more time trying to position ourselves to cast than we did catching fish. Put the canoe back on top of the car […]

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Canoe vs. Kayak: You Decide

While reading Florida  Fly Fishing Magazine I came across this article which weighs the merits of canoes vs. kayaks as the ultimate fly fishing machine. I prefer my kayak, but he does have some valid points.  Enjoy! Tweet

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