Broken arms and almost getting struck by lightening… just a few of the memories I have of Vermont’s Niquette Bay State Park from years in the past. Recently I revisited the park and managed not to break any bones this time. Check out the full story and beautiful photos!
What They’re Eating Pt. 2 – Choosing the Right Fly (Top Water)
Trout rise 4 different ways depending on what they’re eating. Part 2 of my 2 part series will help you identify the difference between these rises and hopefully help you catch more fish!
Badlands National Park: Not So Bad!
When Andre first suggested we head to Badlands National Park I was like… “ummm… suuuure?” But it was another National Park we could check off our bucket list, so up to South Dakota we headed. Boy, am I glad we did.
What They’re Eating Pt. 1 – Choosing the Right Fly (Subsurface)
Trout are know to be finicky eaters, so the best way to catch more of them is to know what they’re eating. Part 1 of my 2 part series dives into figuring out what they’re eating subsurface, and how to match that with the flies in your box.
Gear Review: Chota Abrams Creek Wading Boots
Chota Abrams Wading Boots are inexpensive and comfortable, but I wouldn’t exactly call them durable…
Wind Cave National Park: The Caves
Wind Cave has a really cool story behind its discovery. I’ll give you a little taste of both the experience and history, which I’ll make fun so you’re not bored to tears. Seriously. You’re gonna want to read this.
Colorado River – Shadow Mountain Lake Drainage
There is excellent fishing along all 1,450 miles of the Colorado River. So where do you start? How about here.
Wind Cave National Park: Above Ground
Wind Cave National Park is world famous for its extensive cave systems, but we discovered so much more– above ground.
Your Friend, the Bluegill (aka All Sunfish)
They’re usually the first fish we catch as kids, but then we forget all about them. I say it’s time to give sunfish their time in the sun!
The French Creek Bushwhack
Last Week Andre wrote a post about fishing along French Creek; I’m going to tell you about the bushwhacking/stream fording/boot soaking/confusion inducing trek we embarked upon to get there.