AZ Wanderings


New Arizona Wanderings T-shirts

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After a long time coming, I am happy to present two new t-shirt designs to the Arizona Wanderings Shop. T-shirts are on sale until Sunday for $15. These shirts are high quality 100% cotton and a great way to support Arizona Wanderings. ┬áMany thanks to Jason Jones for his help on the logo. Pick yours […]

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

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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 […]

HAHWG – Hunting and Angling Heritage Workgroup

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The weekend of June 30, I had the opportunity to head to the high country of Arizona and participate in the Hunting and Angling Heritage Workgroup for the second time. The winter meeting was a great opportunity to get introduced to many of the members of the HAHWG, and I was extremely excited by what […]

Arizona Fly Fishing: Brown Trout

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The story goes: I hiked for a long ways. Spotted a big fish. Against all odds, my 20 minute stalk worked, with the big boy taking a brown mini-hopper. About 15 minutes later, I paid the price for this monster with a #8 hook in the face. My fault. Had my good buddy Antonio push […]

Wandering Europe: Versailles and Switzerland

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From our beautiful stay at the Manior de Malvoisine, my wife and I took the train to the Palace of Versailles. We wandered around the beautiful and lavish palace and then walked through the maze of gardens. We were informed that each flower and all plants in the garden were kept in healthy conditions with […]

Fly Fishing France: The Manoir de Malvoisine

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Knowing that I was going to be in Europe, I could not help getting on Google and seeing if there was anywhere for me to do a bit of fishing along the way. My wife rolled her eyes when she found out what I was doing, but it was already too late. One of my […]