Can't say how humbled and honored we are!...Thank you so much Kirk Deeter, honorable Editor at TROUT (TU) magazine, for giving us such an awesome review- it means everything to us! Means so much to Laurie who does the design/layout and I who tries to steer the ship in often uncharted waters. Plus we … [Read more...] about In The Media-So Blessed!
The art of minutiae and fly fishing takes you into a solace realm in the sport. Many are not to be bothered with small minuscule flies let alone see nor tie them! Plus tippet sizes of 6-7-8-9 X don't hold larger trout well and one must be a true battle master to hold fish approaching 20 inches on … [Read more...] about Winter Midging Magic
If I had one last will and testament , one last meal before my death by hanging for treason, insurrection and sorcery to incite a new way of thinking and liberation in our fly fishing world that often can't proverbially "see the forest from the tree"...then my fellow chaps this is it!. It all comes … [Read more...] about Scotland’s Salmo Gastronomique Opulence
Yup...it has already started! My friend and contributor to Hallowed Waters in PA, Neil said they already started the crawl on his limestone influenced hallowed waters. It's like the "March of the Penguins", one day they they just start to appear-little black buggy things marching/crawling aimlessly … [Read more...] about COLD STONED
There is no downtime for steelheaders in the Great Lakes and West Coast. With winter and summer strain steelhead that traverse the calendar, winter used to be a time for preparing for spring. The true essence of a steelheaders soul lies in the challenge,...the true grit cold enduring determination … [Read more...] about Cold Steel Dope
In the new winter issue of Hallowed Waters we take a super in-depth look at one of my favorite hallowed waters on the planet-spring creeks. I fell in love with them as a little boy on the upper Wieprza River in Poland off the Baltic coast when I spent a short stint there on my families farm. These … [Read more...] about Spring Creeks Don’t Sleep