Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn This summer, fishing buddy Reid and I planned a camping trip to include south central and southeast Idaho. But temperatures in the mid-nineties and forest fires in the central portion of the state led to a change of plans. We confined our trip to fly fishing southeast Idaho. The major fishery […]
Posts in category Destinations
I have had the good fortune to fly fish most of the good trout streams in America, as well as many about the world. In the articles categorized in “destinations”, I have endeavored to describe the streams and fishing experience to be had in some of the areas that I have visited. Where appropriate, I have provided links to helpful sites to assist with trip planning. These articles are richly illustrated with photos.
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Last winter, fishing buddy Reid presented me with a challenge. The past few summers we fished in southwest Montana. Looking for a change, he most wanted to get away from the hordes that flock to the well known streams in that region. After some thought, I suggested that we try fly […]
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Fly Fishing Destinations – Ennis, Montana Montana and fly fishing are almost synonymous. Ever since Norman MacLean’s novella, “A River Runs Through It“, became a movie in 1992, fly fishing has become increasingly popular. As a result, Montana has become a major destination for fly fishers. There are so many good streams and destinations […]
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn The winter doldrums finally got to me! I can only read about fly fishing and tie flies for so long, before I get bored and need to “just do it”. The solution for those of us living in the northern hemisphere is to reverse hemispheres, and travel south of the equator […]
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn British Columbia is a storied fly fisher’s paradise first brought to the attention of the fly fishing world by the many books of famous author/fly fisherman Roderick Haig-Brown. He living on Vancouver Island, and his fishing and writings were mainly centered on the coastal rivers of British Columbia and their native […]