Apps for the Fly Fisherman

If you haven’t noticed, we live in a high tech world. Now, I am not going to start to say that I am a techy person; short of 35 years teaching high school and all that goes with that … if given a choice, I am usually low-tech. However, I’m not stupid and will pick […]

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Fly Fishing the Upper St. Croix in Mid August

If you have been following along then you know that by now, Vickie and I are stationed in NW Wisconsin; just a few miles west of Minong, Wisconsin … and just a few miles from the St. Croix, Namekagon and Totagatic Rivers. It has been an interesting past three weeks as we pulled into our […]

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Guide Service – NW Wisconsin

I recently purchased some land in NW Wisconsin and will be living in the area part of the year. During that time, I will be offering a guide service. Guide Service: Starting in September (2020), my guide service will operate just a few miles west of Minong, Wisconsin. If you have wanted to fish one […]

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Boots & Glue Product Reviews and Some Big News

Product Reviews If you have been looking for a lightweight boot that you can wear on the water that will give you support and traction, then look no further than the NRS Wet Shoe Work Boots. At $79.95 they are an incredible boot that comes with its own neoprene liner. These boots will give you […]

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Fly Fishing for Big Smallmouth on the Upper St. Croix River

Welcome back to another article/video and once again I am on the Upper St. Croix River, fly fishing for big smallmouth. If you watched my most recently posted video of me fly fishing with my buddy Frank … then in this video we take off where we left the stream (Schoen Park) and travel 4 […]

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Fly Fishing with Frank on the Upper St. Croix

Good friends don’t come a dime a dozen; not in my world. For 30+ years I have preached to high school kids that you don’t need everyone to be your BFF; but you do need a couple of high quality friends that will be there for you in times of need. For me, Frank is […]

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