In Need of an Anchor

I have been in need of an anchor lately. It was something that I hadn't really realized until I read this post by my buddy Walt over at Rivertop Rambles, but as soon as I started I realized that's what I had been experiencing. Winter does that to anglers. The game changes, the fishing changes, … Continue reading In Need of an Anchor

Chasing Rumours

The fishing season is winding down and, as tends to happen, my thoughts are drawn to the year's fishing. As I've talked about in the past, it was a bit of a funny year. Forest fires, courses, backcountry closures, smoke and everything you can think of made getting out on the water hard. But, despite … Continue reading Chasing Rumours

How To Be A Better Angler, Part 4 – Really Get To Know A Lake

[This is the fourth in a series of posts about somewhat unconventional advice for becoming a better angler. It's not tips, tricks or tactics, as such, but suggestions for becoming an overall better angler that you might not otherwise think of.] When it comes to becoming a better angler, fewer things help mote than actually spending time … Continue reading How To Be A Better Angler, Part 4 – Really Get To Know A Lake

Teaching An Old Dog New Tricks – Fly Fishing With My Dad

Fall is in full swing here. The nice weather is happening less often; the poplars have started turning, adding nice golden yellow patches to the hillsides and we've seen frost on more than one occasion. As part of the usual fall celebrations, we had ourThanksgiving last week here in Canada. Since my wife works weekends, it … Continue reading Teaching An Old Dog New Tricks – Fly Fishing With My Dad