End of a Road Trip

Granny and I made it home from California Monday afternoon. The Pasadena Fly Fishing Show was yet another good one and the minute it ended at 4:30 PM Sunday afternoon Granny and I pointed the Explorer towards Idaho and took off. Our only stop was a three hour nap around St. George, Utah.

Since then it’s been playing catch up. Mail, email, bills, shoveling and etc., its terribly time consuming. Today I’m finally caught up yet rather then wet a line it’s prepare for Canada to speak at the Chinook Waters Fly Fishing Conclave in Lethbridge, Alberta. So I’ll be traveling yet again Friday through Sunday, but I’ve said it before, I love this stuff. And hanging with the Canadians will be a hoot!

I know, the “Currier” blog has been far from the usual entertaining fishing blog this winter, but the heap of speaking engagements has been a blessing. AND, just for your information – the blog gets back on track starting March 19th. It’s off to the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador with my good friend Sammy Vigneri. Sammy is my Baja rooster-fishing buddy, often featured on the blog. However this time we are targeting striped marlin on the fly with another friend of mine, Jake Jordan. The blog will get good again here soon – I promise!

Here are a few photos from the California tour.
Granny hauling a cast on the California Delta in Discovery Bay for stripers.
A short hike through the Muir Woods
Speaking to the Fresno Fly Fishers
Ben Byng’s Delta fly box
Hoping for something on Laguna Beach
Granny amongst the redwoods – just before I locked us out of the car!
Baby striper from California Delta
A giant redwood
Fly line tangle waiting to happen!
Last cast in CA


2 Responses to “End of a Road Trip”

  1. Erik Moncada March 10, 2012 at 4:21 am #

    For some of us the Blog is never bad Jeff!

  2. fishing in tasmania March 21, 2012 at 12:57 pm #

    I would love this have photography and I think you could be really fun. Interesting there!