- October 23, 2014October 23, 2014Read more
For our 6th installation of the En Route Series we caught up with Jon, Gale, and their Huckberry Sprinter. From Jon and Gale on the road: “Independent of each other we were both looking for a change. Our jobs were “good”, but no longer what was best for us.
- October 21, 2014October 21, 2014Read more
Guest Post by Neil Provo. When my brother Ian and I got our first fly rods as young teenagers, I don’t think either of us could have ever imagined the places it would eventually take us. After a decade of exploring the trout streams in Utah, we travelled as far as Alaska to experience the power of a big…
- October 14, 2014October 14, 2014Read more
Guest Post by Dave Freeman. In 1914, President Theodore Roosevelt descended an unexplored, rapids-filled tributary of the Amazon. He almost died in the process and the legendary “River of Doubt” was renamed the Rio Roosevelt. One hundred years later, it remains a remote and relatively untraveled tributary of the Amazon.