For the Wayward Internet Fly Fishing (babe) Seekers…

April 24, 2012

So, one of the handy dandy internal programs here on this site of mine is the ability to see how people stumble their way to my website via organic Google search terms. This is a screenshot (I could not resist taking) of an afternoon worth of search terms that Google took a look at and [...]

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Bonefishing is hazardous to your Fly Fishing routine…

April 17, 2012

It’s been a year now since I went Fly Fishing for Bonefish on Andros South, which means I can officially swing into a nostalgic frame of mind. When I started down memory lane, I started going through my photos from the trip. Then I started watching the videos I took during the trip. Then I started thinking about my [...]

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Sportsmen Descend on DC to Save Bristol Bay ~ Pass it Along

April 16, 2012

The following is a guest post available to all outdoor bloggers who have an interest in the Pebble Mine/Bristol Bay issue. Please feel free to re-post it on your blog.  (Passed along from the conservation section over on the OBN ~ Go check it out, copy it from here, copy it from there, but let’s [...]

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Spring has Sprung?

April 3, 2012

Over on the OBN I asked people from across the nation to share Spring pictures for all (me) to enjoy. In everyone’s pictures I’m seeing blooms and greenness that is making me rather envious. Bandon and I went down to the river the other day because: I was going stir crazy and it was getting ugly [...]

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A Fly Fishing Project to Kickstart

March 30, 2012

First Up. It’s been awhile. I KNOW…and that’s all I need to say about that. I wanted to jump onto this neglected site of mine today and give a shout out to a project I think is rather swanky. Many of you are already familiar with Mr. Unaccomplished Angler: He who is creator and Author [...]

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Dear Fly Fishing Santa

December 12, 2011

Dear Fly Fishing Santa, Obviously you didn’t get my letter last year requesting a Drift Boat and one bonus Elf to row it for me. I am still Drift Boat-Elf-less. However, you should know straight up. I forgive you for this oversight. We are good. No hard feelings or grudges are being held on my part. [...]

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CPR: Catch Photo Release

December 8, 2011

When I was a wee fishergirl and I’d catch a small fish, I can remember having this conversation with my Dad, often. He’d praise my catch and then say, “Becca, let’s let that one go so he can grow up a bit more and then someday you can catch him again.” When we would return to the [...]

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Fly Fishing: The Confectioness

November 30, 2011

I blame Andrew Bennett of course. Him and his Deneki Lodge in the Bahamas. Since the March FIBFEST, all I’ve had is bonefish on the brain. Lesson learned: If you start your fin follower season off on an extremely high note, the rest of the year is bound to make you feel like an unaccomplished [...]

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Where Art Thee Fly Fishing Blogger…

October 5, 2011

First off, lack of blog posts over the last 3 months should not imply that I haven’t been busy busy… For example, at the beginning of the summer the Outdooress persona got her own LOGO. One might think getting their own logo is an easy process. However, when you work with someone who has a [...]

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Chinook Festivities have begun…

June 16, 2011

It’s that time of the year when I put my Fly Rod down and become a gear chucker for a few weeks. Why would I do such a thing you (fly fisherman) may ask? Well, because it’s Chinook Salmon and a raging river (see photo below) that is not kind to fly rods and barely [...]

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