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Wyoming Fall Fishing (Part 1)

Posted 11-04-2014 at 09:21 AM by mcnerney

I just got back from four days of fishing with Rodneybo (Rod) from the forum, it is always great to get a chance to meet and fish with other forum members. We have fished together before, this time Chased (Chase) is enrolled in college so he didn't get to fish with us, maybe on spring break next year. When I left the house the temp was 10 degrees, kind of chilly, but the forecast was for a high of mid-40's and virtually no wind, so things were looking good. Due to the low overnight temps we decided...
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November- First Blog Nov 1st 2014

Posted 11-01-2014 at 10:31 PM by unknownflyman
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I have never had a blog before, I don`t know where to begin but I can admit I have a deep love of fly fishing and tying flies and the wild places on this planet.

It`s the end of my open water fishing year, I`m not going to get out steelhead and salmon fishing one more time because the season closes Nov 15th and I will be deer hunting in the northland for the next two weeks. It`s 23 degrees in the morning and winter is near, like any day now. It`s cold in Minnesota we had 50 days below...
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Fly fishing in Yosemite National Park on Opening day

Posted 10-28-2014 at 02:29 PM by yosemiteflyfishingguide
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I'd rather catch two trout on the road less traveled than a basket full of trout on a river full of anglers. For me, fly fishing is the best way to clear my mind and feed my soul. When it comes to opening day for fishing season, there are two places that come to mind, the Fire Hole River in Yellowstone National Park and the Merced River in Yosemite National Park. Both rivers have their good and not so good qualities, just like in life, it's about choosing the option that provides the best balance....
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What I've Learned About being A Guide;

Posted 10-12-2014 at 04:40 PM by Hardyreels

I see the occasional thread on the forum started by someone who is eager to get into the guide thing. I don't reply on the open forum because my experiences may not be mainstream with the lower 48.

How I got into this may surprise you, there were 2 influences on the decision. First came many people who suggested that I should write a book about fishing. Seriously, there were many people who read threads and stories in this blog that said "if you write one I'll buy one"....
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Wyoming Indian Summer and Overnight Fishing Trip (Part 2)

Posted 10-09-2014 at 05:13 PM by mcnerney

Another nice Bow:
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And another:
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I found a camping spot up on a ridge that was downstream of where everyone else was camping that was just beautiful.
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