We, as humans, inherently are impatient. Remember the time while you were sitting at the stop light and the light turns green and the car in front of you didn't move as quickly as you thought it should have? Or that time you were at Starbucks and the customer in front of you hadn't made... Continue Reading →
Tenkara? I Don’t Even Know Ya! The sport of fly fishing is always evolving; from the introduction of the newest materials, cutting-edge designs in reel development, different rod composites for casting speed, or lack thereof, and even high-tech strike indicators made out of space age polymers that also went to the moon. Evolution is just... Continue Reading →
I have never been accused of not having an opinion, so as my first video, I am addressing tenkara. I hope you enjoy it. http://youtu.be/zxwIeWkV1pY
When you are out on the river fly fishing, casting, drifting and setting the hook are only a few of the things that need your undivided attention; but what is most important is to remember exactly where you are. Tight Lines, Glenn
When a client walks into my shop Taylor Creek Fly Shop in Basalt, I greet them with a "how's it going, ready to catch some fish?", make some small talk, get them "wadered" up and load 'em up in my truck to take them fly fishing. This is just business as usual, an everyday ritual. I... Continue Reading →
Not many people in this world has an occupation that you "choose" to take a vacation or shall I say for tax purposes, an R&D trip for what you so everyday. I am one of those very lucky people. I am on way way to fish the great waters of the endless stories in the... Continue Reading →
Throughout this summer I have been posting fly fishing tips and tricks in short form on Twitter. What I have learned in the exercise is that why use 7 words when 4 will do. It is easy to get caught up in listening to yourself talk when you are perceived as an expert at anything.... Continue Reading →
It has been a perfect summer so far in the Roaring Fork Valley in the heart of the Rockies. Colorado is my native and I am proud to be one of the few remaining "born and raised". I wanted to share some photos of the summer so far, I hope you enjoy them.