Home Sweet Home ????

That is one long day of flying and many different airports to get from Andros Island to Divide, Montana in one day. I finally touched down at about 11 pm and was greeted to snow, 10 degree temps. and super slick icy roads going home. That’s when I thought to …

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Baggage

Yesterday morning I got a call from Delta saying that my bag finally showed up. I can’t tell you how relieved I was, but listen to this. I flew Delta all the way but my bag arrived on Alaska Air from Seattle — go figure that one out. I had …

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South America, Part Four

After leaving the Punta Blanca Hotel we headed further into the interior to explore some of the tributary’s of the Rio Gallegos River. We came upon this very large Estanzia and went to the main house to ask permission to go on their property. The people there were extremely nice …

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South America, Part Three

From the city of Rio Gallegos we headed west into Patagonia. It’s amazing how much of that country looks exactly like parts of central and eastern Montana. Paved roads were not to be seen. There was this one section where they had paved half the road and of course everybody …

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South America, Part Two

As I mentioned before there were four of on this trip. Al, Barry, Perry and Terry. Three guides from Montana and Terry the salesman from L.A. With the slow fishing on the Rio Grande and the fact that we were almost completey out of food, we decided to break camp …

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Tierra Del Fuego

Some years ago some friends of mine and I took a trip to the southern end of South America, across the Straits of Magellan to Tierra Del Fuego. We camped on the Chilean side of the island along the banks of the Rio Grande River. One of the guys with …

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The Mongolian Taimen

I don’t think it’s a coincidence that I’ve been seeing alot of attention drawn toward Mogolia recently. Not long ago, fly fishing streams and lakes with no names in the wilds of Alaska was the ultimate fly fishing adventure. Now it seems that Alaska is the Walmart of fishing excursions, …

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