The movie “A River Runs through It” which started the migration to the Siren singing wild trout rivers and streams of Northwestern Montana, is a wash-out compared to the show I was privy to while working as a chef in fishing lodges. Quite a few of the guides I had the pleasure of working around, […]
The Elk River is famous for some of the best dry fly fishing in North America. Fly-fishers come from all over the world to cast a line in this largely undiscovered river as it flows through the majestic Canadian Rockies from melting glacial ice high above Elk Lakes Provincial Park some 90 miles North of […]
Salsa aspics with hard boiled eggs in the middle are a great way to to send eggs down the river. No peeling, no egg shells in the boat or egg odor. I was inspired to come up with salsa and egg aspics after the great “egg on my face” river disaster of 2010. For river […]
Last April on the Wilson River in Oregon, I was introduced to what looked like Bob Sled boat launching. You have to have a long rope to drop the boat. The real danger in getting the boat in the water was in the heavy layer of early morning frost on the launch and metal stairs […]
Fishing the Keys.