Entomology, Cut To The Bone

  Insects are the root of flyfishing. Without them, there is no basis for our sport. This fact alone is justification enough—to my way of thinking, at least—for possessing a…

School Of Trout 2021

Below is a link to a just-published article about School of Trout. I'll be leading the casting instruction once again at both the Advanced and Basic classes this summer and…

How to Improve As An Angler

Todd Tanner, headmaster at School of Trout, recently surveyed his fellow instructors (I'm one of them) for their single, most important suggestion on how novice and intermediate fly fishers can…

Allowing For Serendipity

  I’m a firm believer that experience and knowledge play key roles in our fishing success. They give us a leg up on, say, the rank beginner, whose experience and…

Big Sky Journal Photo Essay

The 2021 Fly Fishing issue of Big Sky Journal features an essay of my photographs, along with a few notes about each image. Here's a link to the online version:…

Avoiding Crowds Through Better Casting

Do better fly casters catch more fish? Among the anglers I talk to, the prevailing belief is yes, they do. Most anglers also accept that better casting leads to catching…

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