Pinch Your Barbs & Watch Your Backcast: A cautionary tale of carp fishing, joggers, and the challenges of fishing an urban environment.
It has been surprisingly cold (well…cool) in SE Louisiana the past few weeks, and I’ve found myself relegated to the indoors more often than out in recent days. It has allowed plenty of time for tying and trip planning, but time for reflection as well. Looking back at 2020, I’m thankful for many things inContinue reading “Top 10 Moments and Memories of 2020”
Grand Isle LA 01-13-2021 – Wintertime Redfishing in Grand Isle, LA. Redfish Ritalin & EP Shrimp Fly Patterns. Redfish and Mullet on the fly.
Fish in a Barrel: A December Redfish Tradition – Fly Fishing for Redfish during extreme low tide in late December.
Common Carp on the Fly: Louisiana fly fishing for common carp. December 2020 Field Report.
Warning: No fish were caught during the making of this blog post! I warned you in the beginning, but I’ll say it again for those still reading. Sometimes the fishing gods find it necessary to test us. Those words have never rang more true than on this fine week in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.Continue reading “Great Smoky Mountains: Sept 2020 (Part 3)”
More from Smoky Mountains NP.
Sometimes the fishing gods find it necessary to test our resolve, to throw everything at us (including the kitchen sink). Just to see how badly we want that fish. In 2020, it should be no surprise that the fishing gods had just such a trip in plan for me.
Smallwater spotted bass and big topwater flies. What more could a guy want?
Mark the date on your calendar: Saturday August 8, 2020. The day this new post-COVID world finally got to my wife.