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September 1, 2019

     Side channels. They're not for everyone, thankfully, nor should they be—they're generally reserved for only the adventurous and curious, or someone that is led down there against their will, by some insisten...

August 25, 2019

     Ghostbusters. This past Tuesday, I was working my way down river, looking for rising fish, when I spotted him. My original plan was to check out the north bank, check a couple back eddies where I'd known a l...

August 25, 2019

     Ghostbusters. This past Tuesday, I was working my way down river, looking for rising fish, when I spotted him. My original plan was to check out the north bank, check a couple back eddies where I'd known a l...

August 18, 2019

     The Snows of Kilimanjaro. On Monday I drove for an hour-and-a half to reach the trailhead to a mountain lake I'd fished before in Colorado where I'd caught some big rainbows and cutthroats in years past. I d...

August 12, 2019

     I know what you're thinking—any job you can do while sitting around in your pajamas can't be all that hard, right? Well, I kinda see your point, but then again, these things don't just write themselves. Some...

August 4, 2019

     "You never know ​when you're going to get a gig, man." Some of you might remember me mentioning my old friend Bob Keene in one of these reports awhile back. Bob was the guy that got up on stage with a three...

July 29, 2019

     Sometimes it takes a good friend to talk you off the ledge. I had a fishing buddy years back that has since moved away, that shared my passion for adventure. We got ourselves into some "predicaments" as I no...

July 15, 2019

It's been quite a week on the San Juan. On Monday we had had an ant fall. It wasn't one of those epic ant falls where there are giant, winged ants everywhere with big fish up all over the river gorging themselves...

July 8, 2019

     My best advice is to follow good advice—especially if it's your own. There's no worse regret than not doing what you know to be right, then ending up with what you feared might happen, and you can't forgive...

July 1, 2019

     "Houston, the Eagle has landed." Well, it looks as if summer is finally here—it's hot, there's mosquitoes everywhere, and lots of margaritas are being tossed around, at least that's how things are around my...

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