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A very wise man once told me it’s not the number or even size of fish you catch, but being out on the water that matters.
It has been said that anglers are ever the optimists, for each cast made has its own unique possibilities and potential
It is against the law to stop and feed wild animals – especially large carnivores such as bears.
I don’t even want to know how many times I have had to come up with some sort of lame excuse as to why I didn’t catch anything
The other morning, I found myself casting just downstream from a couple of well-heeled anglers who were sporting some rather fancy gear
The other day I came across a brown leather wallet that was designed to hold flies for fishing
The other day I saw about half a dozen birds sitting in the branches of an apple tree outside my front window
It felt strange not being there last Sunday morning, at the end of Marine Park wharf, for the 19th Annual Salmon Arm Kid’s Fishing Derby
We got our first television set back in the early sixties.
Going back to the earliest of times, First Nations people have told stories about grizzly bears that have been passed on
The water level in the lake is on the rise, and last weekend I saw a number of kids down at the end of the wharf with their fishing rods
The Great Outdoors: Enjoying the camaraderie that relaxing in an Adirondack chair can bring.
Cans, bottles, wrappers – there is no end to the crap some people are willing to leave behind when they go fishing.
In last week’s column, I suggested the trick to wading in fast flowing waters is having an understanding of what you’re up against
When casting a line to trout swimming through the runs and riffles of a stream, anglers often have to wade out into fast-flowing waters
“It’s in the air – you can feel it – spring has finally arrived,” I thought to myself as I sat in my vehicle looking out at all the boats
For a fair number of years now, I have been concentrating most of my summer fishing efforts on a select number of small Interior lakes
In all the years that I’ve been fishing, I have only been asked once to produce my fishing licence – which I did, so all was well
The worrisome thing is that too many bears have learned how to rummage around dumpsters and people’s backyards in search of an easy meal.
Over the past three weeks I have spent considerable time pondering both the upcoming federal election…