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The World Needs More Poutine

October 28, 2015


“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.” Anne of Green Gables I don’t care what that old poet said, October is the cruelest month, because here in Washington,  October brings 4 species of salmon, sea-run cutthroat trout, and steelhead into the rivers.  The native trout feel the hunger of winter […]

“When I’m fishing, I don’t long for my responsibilities”

August 15, 2011


That was the quote of the day from the ever- quotable Mr. Bob  Triggs. SRC or Die So, finally, I got to fishing with my buddy Bob Triggs. Bob is one of those people whom when you meet them, you just know you will be lifelong friends. We met at a Spey clinic and it […]