Inquiring Minds Want to Know

The River trailer from RT on Vimeo.

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Ever since our little sojourn down to Texas back in 2010 I’ve been squeezing a big slice of lime into a tall glass of water every danged day and sipping away. It was a great way to camouflage the unpalatable Austin tap water back in the day and became a faithful habit that, for a […]

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Aren’t the rights of free speech and peaceful assembly grand? Free speech, specifically the inherent right to voice an opposing opinion, is a right many of us take for granted here in the States. Folks living in huge swaths of the world don’t enjoy such freedoms; some would even argue that the freedom to speak […]

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We’re working on a little project and can’t seem to find a viable connection to the Kaufmann’s Streamborn gang – any of the Chi Wulff tribe know someone who used to work there or has a viable connection to Lance or Randall? (We know that Randall retired from the business some years before the events […]

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Trout Unlimited Chapter #196 – The Bluebacks from Cascadia Fly Shop on Vimeo. Nice tribute to the one year anniversary of the Blueback down yonder in Corvalis. Well done.

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Fly fishers in the Northern Rockies and throughout much of the West follow snowpack data with an almost religious zeal. There’s always some fishing to be done no matter what the summer and fall flows eventually turn out to be, though dry winters lead to a host of fishing (and other) challenges that aren’t so […]

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Take a Break for Some Montana Today The current issue of Scale Magazine (fly and spin) has a nice photo essay from Montana’s Joe Cummings out of Missoula (page 210). The fact that it’s full on late winter / early spring in those parts of late makes the images all the more sweet. Bristol Bay: […]

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NFF Trailer VimeoFeb2014 from Mark Coffey on Vimeo.

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One. At least once every single day (no sh*t, every single day) I’m awestruck by something that a fellow fly fisher (or hunter for that matter) has written, imaged, recorded, drawn, carved or painted. Most often it’s simply something beautiful that captures the starkly simple, refreshingly real nature of being and doing things in the […]

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This more than likely utterly bogus map was bouncing around twitter yesterday, supposedly representing the amount of snow that it takes to shut down school for the day in various counties around the country. For the record, when our kids were elementary school age, several 20+ inch snows in Utah and Montana only scored late […]

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Reelgirl recap 2013 from Lotte Aulom on Vimeo.

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Chalkstream Girl by Ian May from Ian May on Vimeo.

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River Snorkel: Abundance from River_Snorkel on Vimeo. I grew up on this unnamed creek, hiking, swimming and rambling. Washington’s salmon populations were in pretty bad shape back then. Sometimes I would only see a couple Chum salmon all winter. These days the creek is supporting healthy populations of nearly every type of Pacific Salmon as […]

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