My Winter So Far [In Pictures]

February is drawing to a close, and although I can’t seem to escape the snow here in Utah (or anywhere else in the West, for that matter) the very beginnings of spring are starting to be felt in the air. It’s a tad warmer than January, the days are a bit longer, and I’ve actually […]

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Holding On

Last November, I wrote a column for the Standard-Examiner entitled “Holding On.” The column ran right after the horrific terrorist attacks in Paris, and was in fact inspired by those events. I was driving from my home in Utah to a buddy’s house in Idaho Falls, listening to crackly radio reports of a rising death toll, a […]

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Why Winter Fly Fishing Is The Best

The past two winters in Utah have been on the concerning side of unseasonably warm. Hell, last February I was fishing the Provo River (Utah’s most popular river for fly fishing aside from the Green) with the sleeves on my usual winter flannel rolled all the way up! Thankfully, this winter has been cold, wet, […]

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