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Fish with me in New Zealand

The land of the Antipodes is certainly big trout country, but so are Iceland, Terra del Fuego, Alaska, the Great Lakes, Patagonia, and others. But New Zealand is unique. It is one-on-one, mano-a-mano, trout and fly fisher. It is more hunting—stalking, positioning strategy, plotting—than fly fishing. Locating a double-digit fish (over 10 pounds), and stalking […]

Clydehurst Christian Ranch day 2

Day two was not as cold and rainy as day 1, so we were able to get out both morning and afternoon for casting practice. In the afternoon session, nearly everyone learned to double haul. Still the day was cold, and after 45 minutes, all were willing to head in to the comfort of the […]

Clydehurst Fly Fishing Camp, 2016 days 2,3

These are the core of the fly fishing camp; the hard core instructional days. Each morning started with a great chapel service lead by pastor Travis Syvrud. In the school sessions, Marc addressed Reading Waters and “Bugology” while I tackled knots, casting, equipment, and Nymphing. A Q and A session allowed the students to fill […]