Posts Tagged ‘Fishing Stories’

Wet a Line Lately? One Key to Getting What You Want!

My buddy headed downstream, I went upstream. This would be the last stop of the day. It was getting late and a 2 hour drive lay ahead.   It was late October, trying to get in one more day of fishing before the snow started flying. The day started out beautiful, but showers and wind had…

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Foam Lines, Shallow Riffles and Limiting Beliefs

I have this friend I go fishing with often. We probably have gone on dozens of trips over the years. He drives me crazy. He was always catching fish in what I would consider the most unlikely places.  Still does. You know those foam lines that can form in back eddies or along the banks of…

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Create Space for Remembering

I hope you enjoyed the video last week from the late British philosopher, Alan Watts,“What if Money was no Object”.  You can access the video here if you missed out.  It is a great 3 minute video, forcing you to think about your dreams and passions, outside the implications of the almighty dollar. Experience My experience with…

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All Great Guides Possess these Qualities

That’s a picture of Kray and me about 5 years ago, fishing the N. Platte River in Wyoming. Kray is by far the best guide I have fished with and it’s not even close. What makes him so good? It is not about the fishing, he knows that inside out, having guided since he was…

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The Question That Left Me Speechless

A buddy and I were on a canoe trip in Canada several years back.  We were halfway thru a 6-day trip and it had been perfect. Lots of fish, great weather and nobody dumped their canoe. We were fishing one afternoon and took a break to have some lunch. My buddy turned to me and…

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Walking a River

Me and two buddies were looking at the calendar in October and realized the fishing season was about over.  We were brainstorming on what we could do to get one more outing in before the holidays hit and the weather would likely put us out of commission until March.  You could say we were a…

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Out of Balance in Canada

“We weren’t balanced”, that is what Jim told me as we stood soaking wet on the banks of Lake Agnes in Quetico National Park, canoe country. We were about 4 hours into a 7 day canoe trip, when a small wave (and I mean small) pushed our 3 man canoe over about 150 yards offshore.…

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