The Unwelcome Transition Back to Civilization

The Unwelcome Transition Back to Civilization

I had my coffee fast and early this morning then hiked upstream and wade fished a run where you’re likely to find golden mahseer not chocolates.  Now that the trip is at its end I’m dying to hold one more golden nugget.  But no luck.  Not even a tug.    ...
Zhabdrung Death Day Anniversary

Zhabdrung Death Day Anniversary

It’s a national holiday in Bhutan today, the Death Anniversary of Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal.  Enjoy the read for those interested.  It’s pretty cool.  The day is of importance to our Bhutanese Himalayan Flyfishing staff and we were asked a long time ago not to fish...
More Amazing Sites of Bhutan

More Amazing Sites of Bhutan

We began our day in Thimphu, Bhutan with sunrise on the tallest sitting Buddha in the world, (Dordenma) at Kuenselphodrang.  This amazing Buddha sits along the mountain side overlooking the capital city.  When I was here in 2014 this amazing Buddha was under...
The Tigers Nest of Bhutan

The Tigers Nest of Bhutan

I woke up spry today considering here in Bhutan is a 13 hour time difference from Wisconsin.  The key to killing jetlag is to pretend you’re not tired and go for it.  Jim Klug, Chris Patterson and I ignored being tired in Bangkok a couple days ago and yesterday upon...
Arrival in Paro Bhutan

Arrival in Paro Bhutan

The worlds most dangerous commercial flight on earth went boringly smooth today from Bangkok, Thailand to Paro, Bhutan.  The most exciting part of our early departing 4 hour 17 minute flight was our stopover.  I said it would be Daka India yesterday.  I was incorrect,...
A Few More Pics From Bhutan

A Few More Pics From Bhutan

Bhutan is in the books.  Bhutan is number fifty in countries fished – 50 before 50! There are always a few pics that didn’t fit into the blog that must be shown.  Here they are and I’m now closing the book on Bhutan till my next trip there. The happy people of Bhutan...