Category Archives: fishing

RIO Skagit iFlight Review

Early this summer I was having a typical BS session with RIO pro staffer and skagit guru Mike McCune (congrats btw). At one point during our chat Mike looked around to make sure nobody would overhear him and asked “Hey … Continue reading

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Moving Forward

There’s a certain sense of optimism I can’t help but feel. It defies all logic, when life is in shambles one normally doesn’t feel especially stoked on the future. But I do. Last weekend we spent a chunk of time … Continue reading

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Tarpon Cay Lodge Report

I just got back from a few days fishing with the good folks at Tarpon Cay Lodge in San Felipe, Mexico. Mexico has fallen on hard times tourism wise due to the swine flu scare and now the drug cartels. … Continue reading

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Prepping a Travel First Aid Kit

First and foremost I’m going to preface this article with I’m not a doctor. Please consult one before making any life changing decisions. I’m writing this from experience with training and usage of WFR skills over the years. If you’re … Continue reading

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Convergence: Economic unease in the state of Jefferson is painting a bleak picture

Why skiers and fisherman should be aware of the happenings in Siskyou County With the down turn in the economy in the last decade one thing has become clear, conservation and recreation clearly take a back seat to political nonsense. … Continue reading

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Schoolin Schoolies

The dog days of summer are upon us and the shad are starting their retreat which means it’s time to start striper fishing to keep us occupied until steelhead season. Fished this AM with Captain Maury Hatch on the American. … Continue reading

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Sage One Spey and Switch Comprehensive Review and Line Recomendations

The Sage ONE Spey and Switch Rods are slowly trickling out to reps and summer destinations and are shipping to dealers somewhere around the 18th of July. They’ve garnered a lot of hype so far due to both a comprehensive … Continue reading

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Springtime

Spring in California is a pretty radiculous time of year for a lot of folks, basically every activity imaginable is firing on all cylinders and it becomes tough to choose what to do at any free moment in time. Last … Continue reading

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Kelsey Ranch Report

Just got back from Kelsey with a fun crew. Fishing wasn’t the hottest but we all manged fish with quite a few blow ups on top. We spent a bit of time drinking, bbqing, and enjoying general tomfoolery so I … Continue reading

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The Eternal Cast

I spent the other morning swinging down a run on the American with nothing to show as usual. My casting was frustrating at best but once I finally hit my groove something more special than any steelhead happened. Almost 7 … Continue reading

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