Cold Front Nearly Causes 1st 2024 Blank

Cold Front Nearly Causes 1st 2024 Blank

We’ll call it a wrap down here at Sea Island, Georgia.  Chip and I just got back from a three hour morning fishing session.  It was freezing cold and windy.  53° with a north wind to add to an already chilly day – not fun.  And did I mention drizzle?   When we...

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The First New Species for 2024

The First New Species for 2024

First and foremost, the host of this great trip to Sea Island Resort GA, friend George Hillenbrand, made it home in one piece yesterday after his fall and he’s comfortably and happily at home in Jupiter, FL.  We sent him some fish pics from yesterday and he was...

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My First Fishing Day of 2024 Comes in GA

My First Fishing Day of 2024 Comes in GA

Early to bed last night early to rise today.  This morning George stayed back at the cottage and sent us to the shooting range here at the Sea Island Resort (one more of “us” arrived today, Chip Shealy).  I once hunted birds.  I’m talking 30 plus years ago.  Although...

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Relaxation Time At Sea Island in Georgia

Relaxation Time At Sea Island in Georgia

A delicious homemade breakfast by Granny was our Valentines Day treat yesterday.  Then at noon I headed for the Duluth Airport and made my way to Jacksonville, FL.  Early this morning I caught up with my friend John McGraw and we took his rental an hour north on to...

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Time to Recoup

Time to Recoup

So you know, my website is updating and being rebuilt. If pages are giving you trouble this is why. It’s hard to believe but the first half of the monster 2024 show season is in the books.  It was a demanding run that started with a drive from WI through Canada to...

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The Atlanta Fly Fishing Show

The Atlanta Fly Fishing Show

Its show time again.  This time it’s The Atlanta Fly Fishing Show.  Last year was Granny’s and my first appearance here and it was excellent.  I’ll be delivering two presentations a day.  See my schedule below.  Visit the booth and check out my famous coffee mugs,...

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Speaking Tour Becoming a Blur

Speaking Tour Becoming a Blur

Pressing here in the last leg of the 2024 speaking tour.  Since Denver Granny and I had a quick stopover in NH to say goodbye to family and regroup for the final gigs.  Last Thursday we made the hectic drive NH to NJ through New York in into The Edison Fly Fishing...

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The Edison Fly Fishing Show 2024

The Edison Fly Fishing Show 2024

Its been a lot of fun basing out of Wolfeboro, NH and hanging with mom since the holidays.  But tomorrow Granny and I move on.  The Ruby Van is loaded and ready to go.  Our first stop is the Edison NJ Fly Fishing Show which runs Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  We’ll be...

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How Quick They Pass – Denver in the Books!

How Quick They Pass – Denver in the Books!

Granny and I left the Ruby Van back in NH and flew to The Denver Fly Fishing Show on Thursday.  We were weighted down with four 69.5 lb. bags full of my famous coffee mugs and beer steins.  We also had mugs in our carryon along with fish decals and my Warmwater...

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The Denver Fly Fishing Show Comes Early in 2024

The Denver Fly Fishing Show Comes Early in 2024

Granny and I are headed for the Denver Fly Fishing Show today.  It starts Friday and runs all weekend.  This is a few weeks earlier than in past years and with the schedule change we’ll be flying there.  This will limit stock of my famous fish coffee mugs, frosted...

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One Down – The Marlborough Fly Fishing Show 2024

One Down – The Marlborough Fly Fishing Show 2024

Show season is officially under way.  This weekend I spoke at The Marlboro Fly Fishing Show in MA.  Granny and I arrived Thursday afternoon and after setting up the booth had a quick workout at the hotel gym then it was a short jaunt to our favorite Indian Restaurant...

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2024 Fly Fishing Show Tour Starts Early in Massachussetts

2024 Fly Fishing Show Tour Starts Early in Massachussetts

What made this family holiday visit to New Hampshire doable was that my first speaking gig of the 2024 season kicks off at the Marlboro, MA Fly Fishing Show Friday January 5th.  Granny and I drove the van out ten days ago from WI with all our show supplies so we could...

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2023 Year in Review

2023 Year in Review

Been a nice visit up here in Wolfeboro, NH over the holidays with family.  I hardly ever settle down for long anywhere and I almost never go a few weeks without my fly rod in hand.  Granny and I have been hanging low, eating too much, watching lots of football,...

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Safe and Happily Home for the Holidays

Safe and Happily Home for the Holidays

Happy Holidays everyone!  Sorry to have gone dark since that last post from Borneo.  Seems a few of you were worried about me and I appreciate your reaching out. (Photo not our house!)   All is good.  I walked in the door of our Hayward, WI house (with our new...

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I started fly fishing at age 7 in the lakes and ponds of New England cutting my teeth on various sunfish, bass, crappie and stocked trout. I went to Northland College in Ashland, Wisconsin, where I graduated with a Naturalist Degree while I discovered new fishing opportunities for pike, muskellunge, walleyes and various salmonids found in Lake Superior and its tributaries.

From there I headed west to work a few years in the Yellowstone region to simply work as much as most people fish and fish as much as most people work. I did just that, only it lasted over 20 years working at the Jack Dennis Fly Shop in Jackson, WY where I departed in 2009. Now it’s time to work for "The Man", working for myself that is.

I pursue my love to paint fish, lecture on every aspect of fly fishing you can imagine and host a few trips to some of the most exotic places you can think of. My ultimate goal is to catch as many species of fish on fly possible from freshwater to saltwater, throughout the world. I presently have taken over 440 species from over 60 countries!

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