Fly Fishing Adventures

Jeff’s summaries of his fly fishing exploits.

Fly Fishing the St. Croix River from County Road T to CCC Bridge

The St. Croix River is simply put…one of the finest bodies or water in our country. If you are a fisherman or not, please put the St. Croix on your bucket list and move it towards the top! I had to wait for a few days to fish the St. Croix as I waited for […]

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Fly Fishing the Totagatic River – Day 2 & 3

If you watched my previous video of Day 1, then you watched and read (via this website) as I gently strolled down the Totagatic River in search of big smallmouth bass. The next few days would prove to be much more exciting, still successful … but much more exciting as the rains that came earlier […]

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Fly Fishing the Totagatic River in Late May

All water is special but a few just hold my heart in them … the Totagatic is one of them. I learned of this river just last year when Andrew Jacobson contacted me and told me about the river. Being that I was going to be here to fish the St. Croix and Namekagon … […]

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Fly Fishing Mission Lake in Marathon County Wisconsin

If you haven’t yet been to central or maybe north-central Wisconsin then you are missing out on a real gem. Marathon County is the host to Wausau and has so very much to offer. Vickie and I stopped in Wausau on our way to the far UP North a few years back … in fact, […]

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Fly Fishing the Eau Claire River in Wisconsin

While visiting the Dells of the Eau Claire River on my last adventure, I turned to my Wisconsin Gazetteer and the internet to find out that the Eau Claire was indeed a fishery for smallmouth bass. I located a put-in and take-out and in less than 20 minutes from our campsite in downtown Wausau, we […]

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The 2020 Starter for Smallmouth

If you are like me…the Covid-19 season is dragging on and on; I am all for safety and practicing social distancing…but truly I am wired to be out and on the go. The past 4-5 weeks I have taught from my home, something I hadn’t really ever done in the previous 35 school years. Let’s […]

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