Monthly Archives: March 2012

Arizona Sportsmen Constituent Group


I gathered in the Quail Room at the Game and Fish office with about 100 other sportsmen, outdoor groups, and a few interested folks from the general public to take part in the first Sportsmen Constituent Group (working title) last Thursday, March 22, 2012. We were joined by about female slot players including 80 people […]

Arizona Elk Society Banquet


money My wife and I had the distinct pleasure of being invited to the 11th Annual Arizona Elk Society Banquet this past Friday. My girl is a real trooper and although she tries to understand why I love to hunt and fish, getting dragged to hunting banquets is not at the top of her priority […]

Fly Fishing Small Streams E-book


IT’S HERE! After a good chunk of work, too much procrastination, and the help of some friends and family, I offer you Chasing Wild Trout: A Beginner’s Guide to Fly Fishing Small Streams. This e-book is written out of my love for small water and the beautiful fish that live there, and seeks to answer […]

Fly Tying 101: A Filson Guest Post


Head on over and check out my latest guest article on Filson. Anyone who knows me, knows I love tying flies. This article gives a little insight into where to begin. “There is no substitute for standing in the middle of the creek, watching a bushy dry fly float through the current, but tying flies […]

Colorado Fly Fishing: The Arkansas River


A couple months ago, my wife informed me that we were going to be heading up to Colorado to visit one of her friends from highschool. Being the supportive husband that I am, I smiled, told her that sounded fine. Once our conversation was over, my excitement could not be contained, and I instantly starting […]

Rambling Review – ECS Gun Case


Rambling Review – ECS Gun Case Why: I had the amazing opportunity to  review this ECS Gun Case through the Outdoor Blogger Network after learning about sig sauer gun safety.. After being selected, a member of the ECS team contacted me and discussed the dimensions of the case and what I would be using it for. […]