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Global Rescue — Essential for Destination Fly Fishing

I like to travel to fly fish. Whether it’s a long road trip or exploring a foreign land, I live to pursue my passion in new places. Just as fly fishing in itself has risks that range from dangerous currents … Continue reading

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Trump is Bad News for Fly Fishing

For anglers, the bad news started rolling in almost immediately. Rumors of appointments included everyone from famous polluters to climate change deniers to individuals whose career ambitions included privatizing public land. And after the inauguration, the executive orders, appointments, deregulation, … Continue reading

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New Book: America’s Favorite Flies

I am incredibly honored to be included in a soon-to-be-released book, America’s Favorite Flies. Authored and edited by John Bryan and Rob Carter, the new book looks at the favorite flies of a number of anglers. The book will be more … Continue reading

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The People’s Climate March — April 29

These are critical times. In addition the the pollution that plagues air, ecosystems, food, water, and more, climate change is a reality that needs to be faced head on. And now. I am looking forward to attending the People’s Climate … Continue reading

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Five Tips for Fly Fishing for Permit

Fly fishing for permit is a tough game, and having just returned from a trip to the Palometa Club in Ascension Bay, Mexico, I’ve spent some time reflecting on what I’ve learned from pursuing permit on the fly. With that, … Continue reading

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Petition to Protect California’s Central Coast with the Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary

A new petition is circulating on Change.org that seeks to protect much of California’s Central Coast from oil development and drilling. As we know, the Central Coast is a true ecological treasure and also an area that has been hit … Continue reading

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Favorite Films (Part One)

DamNation DamNation beautifully tells the story of the history of dam building in the United States and the ecological, social, and economic consequences. DamNation offers stunning scenery along with social analysis. And in the end, the film leaves you moved … Continue reading

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