Winter Came Early

After three fishless weeks, I finally got myself on the board. However, it didn’t come easy. Winter decided to give us a little taste of how brutally tough cold-weather fishing can be. The day before I went, we got about three inches of completely unexpected snow. What was supposed to be a mixture of rainContinue reading “Winter Came Early”

My Favorite Rod and Reel: Cabela’s Fish Eagle and Shimano Sedona Combo Review

Does price really dictate quality? I had a thought this morning as I groggily rolled out of bed, realizing that I had an entire blog post to write: if you compared two rod and reel combos, one very pricey (greater than $250) and one much cheaper (under $100), would there be a difference in fish-catchingContinue reading “My Favorite Rod and Reel: Cabela’s Fish Eagle and Shimano Sedona Combo Review”

Teaching Fly-Fishing

There is no doubt that helping someone catch their first fish on the fly is one of the most rewarding experiences one could have. Fly-fishing isn’t just a skill, it’s an art form. By teaching someone the art, you are demonstrating that you have practiced and learned enough to pass that knowledge on to aContinue reading “Teaching Fly-Fishing”

Fishing in the 21st Century

Man, what an exciting time we live in! While 2020 may long be remembered as the year of the COVID-19 pandemic, many will recognize it as a turning point in the angling. This year, hundreds more anglers joined our ranks as the world was left wondering what to do during quarantine. But was it allContinue reading “Fishing in the 21st Century”