Posted by: Tom Keer
December 26, 2012

Tom Keer

Beat the Post-Holiday Blues

Every year, the Fall and Winter holidays seem to begin earlier and earlier.  Part of me likes to keep the events separate while another part of me sort of likes the fact that everyone is happy for a long period of time.  One part that I always dread is January 2nd, because on that day the celebrations come to an abrupt end. For me, they come to an end because I never seem to have…

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Posted by: cneville
December 19, 2012

cneville

Cures for Cabin Fever

I really do live in a log cabin in the mountains of Colorado.  This is the scene I woke up to this morning.  Sure, the snow is pretty, especially around the holidays (when we get a foot in May, it really isn’t that neat anymore), and we need the moisture.  The whiter it is in winter up here, the better the fishing will be next summer. But if you like fishing as much as I…

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Posted by: cneville
December 13, 2012

cneville

Winter Fishing and Hypothermia

Some of the coldest situations I’ve ever been in involve fishing in the winter.  Let’s face it—while winter fishing can offer interesting challenges and opportunities, it can also be downright chilly.  The mix of moisture with low air temperatures is the perfect recipe for hypothermia and frostbite.  And those situations are far more serious than feeling a bit uncomfortable.  Unless you take the right precautions, they can literally threaten life and limb. There are a…

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