Guide Tips via Twitter

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 →

View From The River

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.

Why Counting Fish Is A Bad Thing

"The first rule of flight club is you don't talk about fight club". This is one of the many famous quotes from the Brad Pitt movie, Fight Club.  There is a wisdom in this quote. Some things are best kept to one's self and those that know the secret. I believe this deep into my fabric... Continue Reading →

The Zen of Paying It Forward

In fishing, I believe that you don't teach, you transfer your skills and love of the art of fly fishing. I can teach technique and methods, I can drill over and over casting methods and discipline. What I can't teach is the awareness of being on the river and watching the Barn Swallows swoop down... Continue Reading →

Quiet Chaos, Part 1

"Man, it's really sticky!" That was the first thing out of my mouth when I landed in Belize as I stepped off the plane (and I use the term "plane" lightly). Belize is one of those places where you take a commercial jet to the mainland then "climb into" a small, commuter plane either ran by the government or... Continue Reading →

An Unexpected Career Path

  So what do you want to do for a living?  This question is asked to most everyone as they grow up. The people that usually ask this question are people who believe that they have found their path, their purpose and somehow feel they know all the best methods to achieve success. I am here to... Continue Reading →

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