Jackpot: 4/9/16

Spent a couple hours to hike a stretch of water I’ve never fished before. Easy access, minimal evidence of frequent fishing pressure and the potential...

3/25/16

Winter returns… 8inches of snow fell just two days ago, air temps were good so I shot down to a creek not too far from...

Recent Photo Edits

Just posting a handful of photos I’ve edited with the new application I’ve been playing with. These are all from the last couple of months...

Two Days 3/11, 3/12

Photos from the last two days fishing with a guy I haven’t fished with in over a year and a half. Used a new photo...

The Hairball…

Today a good friend returns to the Driftless area after a long hiatus. We fish hard the next few days, tommorow he hits the river...

SE Minnesota Update

SE Minnesota Update
1/14/16: Cold weather is coming back, slower colder creeks will develop ice shelves over the weekend. Look to the smaller warmer water once the air temps come back up to avoid them. Midges have been out during the day but minimal rising noted. Streamers/Nymphs are working well.

One from the Archive

One from the Archive
With the warmer weather as of late I stood in the sun remembering days past and thinking of winter BWO's. Check out these old photos from 2010! I love the creeks, the sun, the winter and the bugs.

Tie One On & Fish This

Tie One On & Fish This
#20-22 Griffiths Gnat ◦Hook: TMC 100 #20-22 ◦Thread: Black UTC 70 Denier ◦Thread: 70 Denier Black ◦Hackle: Lt. or Dark Dun ◦Body: Peacock Herl ◦Head: Thread Sealed with Super Glue Note: Be sure to super glue the peacock herl body to the hook shank to strengthen the fly and catch more fish! Photo Credit: the winonaflyfactory