Wednesday, May 20, 2009

OK one more

So this spring I had the best Steelheading that I have ever had.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

probably the last post

So I 've been busy lately and feeling guilty about not posting.
I have decided to quit this blog for now.
I will still do river updates on HeadHunter, I am working on the Eel river now and later this spring I will have pieces on the Mtapedia and Restigouche Rivers in Quebec and New Brunswick.

I have been fishing lately and today had my best day of the whole spring, which is nice.

So any way, see you on the HeadHunter, for now.


Monday, March 2, 2009

Ive been lazy

sorry y'all. if anyone still checks. It has been along time. I ve been alittle tied up with work and alot tied up with Wii. Weather is cold and Cali was a bust.

I did get great pictures of the Eel and a few other rivers we fished, but I have even downloaded them. I am feeling alittle wayward right now so forgive my lack of posts. The time is coming when I'll be on it alot more, but for now I am working and getting a few articles written.

More soon.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009


Word is the rivers in California are flowing low and clear right now, which is not too bad as the other option is often blown out. It looks like the Eel will fish, especially the south fork, but maybe even the main stem. I am sure that we will also hit some water in Southern Oregon for some or most of the time. Either way we will have a good time and probably find some fish.

It sounds like the fishing in California (on the Eel) could be tough, but it should fish and I have fished low and clear a number of times, plus, According to local guide Jason Hartwick of Steelhead on the Spey, the next week will produce some major tides and that will often bring in a good push of fish and the 10 day forecast looks calm. Things are looking good.

On January 2nd I got a call from Rusty. He called to let me know that he had driven from his home near Reno, NV over to Sacremento, CA to fish the American River with his friend Mark. Rusty landed a small steeelhead the first morning and Mark hooked and lost three fish on nymphs. It sounds like the American is a pretty urban fishery but also very productive and it is in the Sacremento area where I am flying into and out of.

I am just a little pumped knowing that it is just a week away