Monthly Archives: August 2012

I’ve often talked about the things I see, going to and from the water. Just as interesting sometimes, is what I don’t see. Since late May, a family of killdeer have met me at a trail head. They have moved … Continue reading

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Seasonal report

My fishing buddy Dan, mentioned that he felt September in the air yesterday evening. Part of the fun (and a real concern) of living in the mountains, is to guess what’s coming this Fall/Winter. The “signs” are looking like an … Continue reading

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Fish Hero’s

When I was six, on the family pond in Kansas, I hooked up with a monster perch. Had to be at least as big as my palm was then…. Knew right away that I was a fish hero. Destined for … Continue reading

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Truckee-Aug.

The Truckee is flowing well…. Clear/Green and around 66 deg at dawn. I’ve had many reports from fishing friends, that on the T, things are good. That said, these are folks that fish a lot. They pick and choose water, … Continue reading

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