A testament to what makes public lands so important and why they need to be protected for use by all. Chef Colin Ambrose explores these famous trout waters with Chris Simonds and Colton Schofield from Henry's Fork Anglers, swinging big flies for browns, rainbows, and cutthroat.
Little Tunny, Rain Bait and the Contender: Fishing off Montauk Point with Captain Paul Dixon and first timer Fred Stelle My first fishing adventure with Paul Dixon happened by chance, it was a cold day in November 1989. I was entertaining the marketing director for J.P. Morgan, it was my first chance to get [...]
In May of 1978 I found a flyer posted on a bulletin board at my Alma Mater Utah State University. With a dismal Freshman year behind me, I was looking for a job and I saw an offer on the flyer to plant trees in the Wyoming Hoback Mountain Range. [...]
My daughter proves all of us possess an interest in fishing. Lyman, my oldest child sent me a text on Friday: “Will you take me fishing?” I almost fell off my chair! This young woman, now 24, who is very much her mother’s daughter, caught me completely off guard. She’s [...]
Feeding the family is fundamental. Nothing brings me more joy than planning a meal for the people that I love. Being the father of three girls, fishing hasn’t been the thing we automatically turn to when everyone’s in town. Cooking together, on the other hand, is a daily routine. We generally start the conversation [...]
Driving to Wisconsin’s North Woods is a decade’s old adventure for me and inspired so many of my interests as well as my professional life today. Way ahead of packing up the family station wagon, as a child I’d daydream about everything from catching frogs and bluegill to picking blueberries in the woods with [...]
The garden at Estia’s Little Kitchen is in full production: carrots, flat beans, green beans, jalapeño peppers and cilantro all in abundance. Here’s how to whip up a great, edible gift to bring to all the house parties that happen this time of year. These refrigerator pickles are also perfect to serve at home [...]
1940 Ford, same truck that I rode to town in as a 9 year old Dr. Mark Siepel on the Pine river BONDING ON THE RIVER: Sharing the Solitary Experience of Fishing Together with Dr. Mark Seipel in the Manistee National Forest It was with some trepidation when I pulled up [...]