As I look back at the 2022 season, I also reflect on this summer being my 10th year guiding around Montana. Looking back it makes me realize how fast the time really goes. In 2012 I started walk/wade guiding the Gallatin River and was just getting comfortable rowing a drift boat. Ten years later, IContinue reading “10 Years On The Water”
The past year was not without its challenges, but overall we made it a memorable one on the waters around Montana. We were faced with lower water on some of our rivers, warmer than average temperatures, forrest fires and days of smoke filled skies. On most days the trout still cooperated and when fishing wasContinue reading “Looking Forward to 2022”
Instead of wintering in New Zealand, as we did in 2020, our adventure this past off-season was welcoming our second child, Eliza, into the world. Although we have our hands full with two children under 2 years old; Jessie and Eliza have stolen our hearts and are our world! I can’t wait for the days when these two will join meContinue reading “Back to the Water”
As the calendar turns to Fall, and leaves begin to change, it is amazing to think about how fast the summer has flown by. 2020 has been unpredictable and crazy for everyone, but thankfully the fishing has been one predictable thing to help it feel like a normal summer. It has been an extremely rewarding year to help peopleContinue reading “Sunset on Summer 2020”
Recently I have been reflecting on how the sport of fly-fishing changes as we evolve as anglers.
Why wait till spring to get back on the water? There are plenty of trout to be caught throughout the winter when conditions are right.