To Love An Inanimate Object

Above is a picture of my Simms guide boots, number 14. I don't know about you but, I burn through gear. Boots, laces, fly boxes, sometimes waders, tippet (as I should), guide vehicles, the list goes on and on. The reason being, is that I use EVERYTHING everyday, so I am hard on things. It's... Continue Reading →

Tenkara? I Don’t Even Know Ya!

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 →

The Day I Remembered to Look Up

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

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 →

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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