“I’m glad it’s cold and raining because if I wasn’t glad, it would still be cold and raining!” If there was a dollar for every time I was asked, “when should I come fish in North Georgia” I would be ten pounds heavier and not a cent richer. I will explain later, but, in short,Continue reading “When Should I Come Fish in North Georgia?”
Author Archives: Trey Wall
What Does Your Land Ethic Say About You?
The idea of having a land ethic was coined by Aldo Leopold in A Sand County Almanac. Given the theme of books that I have found myself in lately I have realized that It is mostly just us, modern Americans, who seem to lack this ethic. In short, a land ethic is our responsibility toContinue reading “What Does Your Land Ethic Say About You?”
Thoughts From the Wyoming Backcountry
Recently, upon reflecting after coming down from the mountains, I quickly realized that I may just be doing exactly what I am supposed to do in this world. To back up, last year after talking with the owners of Two Rivers Fishing Co. we decided to come up with a plan to start our backcountryContinue reading “Thoughts From the Wyoming Backcountry”
Music on the Boat: Yes or No?
It’s been a while since we’ve caught a fish, when was the last time we listened to the Temptations? Put on “Ain’t too Proud to Beg” we need to get the mojo back up. This is a long time debate; enjoy the peaceful sound of the water and nature, truly let the ambiance set it,Continue reading “Music on the Boat: Yes or No?”
What to Bring on A Guided Fly Fishing Trip
The famous question, bundled all in one honey hole just for you! Let’s assume that… Actually, we know what happens when you assume right? Starting from scratch, never heard of fishing, that’s you right now reading this post. What we are going to be doing will be outside, where the sun is, and also bugs,Continue reading “What to Bring on A Guided Fly Fishing Trip”
Politics on the Boat
Let’s go ahead and get this one out of the way… Treat the boat like the Thanksgiving table and just enjoy why we are here. 2020 has been strange for all of us. Between Covid and a rocky political climate, there is a lot of tension on people’s brains. Perhaps, besides trout, that is whyContinue reading “Politics on the Boat”