Posted by: admin
March 7, 2013

Great Spring Fly Fishing Destinations:

Lees Ferry, Arizona, and Delaware River, New York/Pennsylvania Whether you’re on spring break, or you just want to break away—and you’re thinking a little fly fishing adventure might be the trick to shake off the last effects of winter—there are many great destinations to consider.  But when I think of classic spring fly-fishing action, two spots always come to mind, and they’re on opposite sides of the country. The first is Lees Ferry, Arizona.  This…

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Posted by: Elizabeth
November 30, 2012

Elizabeth

Wild Animal Encounters

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One of the great appeals of fishing is that it puts us in close connection with nature.  I’ve always said that if an angler doesn’t take time to regularly soak in the views around him/her, they’re really not getting the most out of fishing, regardless of how many fish they actually catch. But let’s face it, there are times when encounters with wild animals are more than exhilarating—they can be downright dangerous and frightening.  Trust…

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Posted by: Elizabeth
November 28, 2012

Elizabeth

Great Fishing States: Texas

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I’m fortunate enough to get to travel—and fish—for work (I know, it’s a tough job, but somebody has to do it).  As such, I’m often asked where my favorite places to go are.  I usually answer that I am fond of the Great Lakes states, because those are where I was born and raised.  And I live where I do now (Colorado) with good reason.  But the one place that keeps luring me back, season…

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Posted by: Tom K.
September 11, 2012

Tom K.

Fishing and Camping

There are a lot of activities that go along well with fishing, and for me, camping is one of the best.  The smell of coffee, pancakes and sausage in the morning is tough to beat, and if I follow it up with a day of fishing I’m a happy man. The smell of a steak grilling on that same pit is the perfect end to the day. The fall is my favorite time for a fishing…

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Posted by: Elizabeth
August 13, 2012

Elizabeth

Top 8 State Parks for Boating and Fishing

Cave Lake State Park

  With roughly 365 million trillion gallons of water on our planet, it can be difficult to decide where’s best to drop anchor and throw out a line. Then, for us fishermen and women, add in, can I fish there, is it a good place for the family, is there a boat ramp, what species should I plan to catch, … and the planning process can become much more than you bargained for. Well, thanks…

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