Dylan and I have had a few long conversations, covering multiple topics. Although we come from different backgrounds we’ve found commonalities through the sport we love. We all have different reasons why we fish and I think Dylan’s are worth hearing. Through fishing he found a way take back ownership of his mind and begin … Continue reading Dylan Rakes – Finding Peace On the Fly
Although I've never met Mario in person and have only know him for a short time we've become fast friends. It's just the kind of person he is; laughing and cracking jokes, always inviting. It's a conscience decision he makes approaching all situations with a positive attitude and open heart. This … Continue reading Mario Guel – The Way of the Taco
I’ve been doing big days more and more lately, but lunch was never a priority. The older I get the more I enjoy the comfortable things; like a warm bowl of noodles after standing in freezing cold water for hours. If you’ve ever chased Steelhead you’re part of a select group of humans that find … Continue reading Warm Noodles & Good Vibes!
Landon (@lbrasseur) with the fish of a lifetime. I'll never forget the fight to get him to the net! Steelheading is challenging. Collectively as a crew we’ve had great success getting these unicorns to the net; myself not so much. Ive had plenty of takes, a handful of drawn out fights and a technical “catch” … Continue reading A Frigid Winter Chasing Chrome
If you don't follow @lostriverdrifter already, be prepared for a treat. He cut his teeth on the small Catskill tributaries that beautiful brook trout call home. He's since grown as an angler, almost as fast as the number of Instagram followers he’s garnered. I sat down with Kevin (with a bottle of Bourbon to share) … Continue reading Kevin McIlravy – Return to Simplicity or Next Generation?
Early Thursday morning, a train derailment occurred near Hale Eddy bridge–a famed stretch of prime trout water on the West Branch of the Delaware River–spilling almost 4,000 gallons of diesel fuel into the river. These are my home waters. Large storms the day before had the river flowing at almost 6,000 cfs at the time … Continue reading Train Spills 4,000 Gallons of Diesel in the West Branch of the Delaware