Fly-Fishing Of Course
Mar24

Fly-Fishing Of Course

Down here in Arizona the days (like everywhere ) are longer, nights are shorter and temperatures are downright balmy.It’s almost Bass fishing time ! I’ll get at it next week. The Northern Rockies are experiencing classic late winter -early spring conditions,warm one day then snowing the next.Snow Pack  is slightly below average so there should be a “runoff. I’ll get at Trout Fishing starting in Late May on...

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Pics From 2018
Jan02

Pics From 2018

Covering a Point -Arizona Here are a few pics from 2018.Once again I am grateful to be able to enjoy a variety of Landscapes while either Fly-Fishing or Bird Hunting.Bot hare fantastic sports that provide the participants a means of escape from the day to day grind.I sincerely hope you enjoy them and I wish you the best in 2019.Cheers ! Cactus Wren Nest -Arizona Arizona Quail Slam Idaho Bill on Point -Arizona The Dog Yard Looking into...

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More IPhone 8+ Snaps
Aug19

More IPhone 8+ Snaps

My new go to camera for quick “snaps” is my iPhone 8+ as mentioned in a previous Blog Post  its easy to see why.Here are some recent pics taken with my iPhone …enjoy...

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Alberta and British Columbia iPhone 8+  Snaps !!
Jul29

Alberta and British Columbia iPhone 8+ Snaps !!

I recently purchased an iphone8+.The camera is amazing ! Lots of cool features have been added to it which is very impressive.H ave a look a some recent Fly-Fishing Porn shot with the iPhone8+ ....

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Montana Snaps
Jun28

Montana Snaps

Ah Montana.The name conjures up images of all things wild.Most think of the State as the last best place … in the lower 48.I’ll agree.It’s a place filled with Mountains,Prairres,Cowboys and Cowgirls,Smalltowns with cool Bars which (the bars ) come with the usual Montana Bar names such as  The Stockman,The Commercial,The Mint and The Angus. Since my first visit in 1993 I have been religiously going back to get my...

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Yellow Sallies: Fly-fishing’s Bastard Stonefly
Jun20

Yellow Sallies: Fly-fishing’s Bastard Stonefly

An oft-overlooked fly on many Western rivers is the Little Yellow Stonefly — more commonly known as the Yellow Sally. Its brethren the Little Green Stonefly, or Lime Sally, suffers the same fate: both tend to hatch sporadically and in localized clusters, and many fly fishers aren’t aware of their importance to feeding trout when the fish lock in on them. Certainly neither fly garners the same attention as the more glamorous...

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