I had the distinct pleasure to meet Rich Williams of the Arizona Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation at the HAHWG event that I went to back in January. Rich got to talking about the Junior Turkey Hunting Camps that the NWTF puts on every year and invited me to come up and see […]
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 […]
The new Blood Knot issue is out, and if you flip your way towards the center, you will see my contribution there about smack dab in the middle of the magazine. I want to say a very warm thank you to the kind folks over at Blood Knot for picking up my article on Arizona […]
A few more pictures from the trip as I try and catch up this week. Missing a couple days of school, picking up a cold, and starting junior high basketball has been keeping life busy. Looking to get out and chase some birds this weekend. That should set everything right…
On any given Tuesday evening, Michelle takes off for some girl time over at her friends house and the pups and I get a little boy’s night in. After mowing our 100 square foot patch of grass out back, we settle into a nice little routine.
I spent Saturday with a hunting rifle slung over my shoulder picking my way through hillsides of cat-claw. The search was for a mule deer buck which have an uncanny way of disappearing into the endless miles of rolling hills and jagged landscape. Most of the day was spent hunkered down staring through a pair […]
It has been a little over a year since my uncle dug my grandfather’s old fly rod out of his garage and passed the beautiful Fenwick on to me. My first fly fishing trip in Arizona was to a small stream on the Rim that holds a great population of wild rainbows mixed in with […]
Labor Day weekend found me lazy and not motivated. I planned to leave early in the morning and set my alarm for 3:15 but something must have happened because when my eyes opened, the bright Arizona sun was filtering through the blinds. I quickly rushed through my morning routine and quietly shut the front door […]