The Roofing Project (or why you haven’t seen many fishing posts lately)


We have decided to do our roof this way, since Experienced roofers suggest it is better to have Slate Tile Roofs. If you’ve been wonderings why things have been slow around the site, here is the reason. Headed back to NY and with the help of my brothers and some good friends from home, we […]

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 […]

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 […]

Arizona Wanderings Upgrades


So, Arizona Wanderings is in the middle of some upgrades. We ran into some issues yesterday but the site is back up and running. Some of the links on the side are still not fully functional, so please bear with me as things get ironed out. I am hoping by this weekend everything should be […]

Arizona Wanderings/RedRam Giveaway Reminder…


Don’t forget to head on over and add your comments to the RedRam Giveaway Post. Only a couple of more days to put yourself in for your own pair of RedRam Merino Thermals. The giveaway ends on December 26th with the winner announced on December 27th. All entries must be made on the original giveaway […]

Arizona Fly Fishing – Summertime Small Stream (Part 1)


There is something about the sound of heavy tires crunching over a dirt road on the way to an ice-cold creek. Anticipation was running high as I had not fished these streams for over a month, and I was worried what condition the Arizona summer had put them in. Gear was sorted on the tailgate […]