Snake River, Idaho So much goes into an 8 hour float trip, at least for a guy who cooks for a living on eastern Long Island. The planning for a late September Snake River float trip started in May. A phone call to Chris “Simbo” Simonds revealed that he had [...]
Henry’s Fork River St. Anthony, Idaho Morning light is slow to fill Idaho skies on a late September day, a pink line of promise covered the range to the west as we looked across the Henry’s Fork river. No wind to speak of, dark blue cloud free space above revealing [...]
Bratwurst and Musky on the Chippewa Flowage In the northernmost part of Wisconsin, after the long cold spring and prior to the hot dry summer, there is a brief time where colors from the yellow, pink and white flowers explode on the sides of every roadbed. Not only was there [...]
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Zen Fishing and Cooking with Anita Lo From Manhattan to Moriches, we follow our love and inspiration for fishing and cooking! Full disclosure: I had dinner at the restaurant Annisa, in Manhattan, and fell for Anita Lo. Her approach to restaurant design, service staff, menu writing, and even the plating of [...]
Fishing along the Driftless: Primal Beauty and Local Culture There’s a line in the sand. Actually, it's straight through Sand County Wisconsin, an area that designates the exact spot where the glacial drift stopped. This is dramatic landscape - where rolling grassy low hills meet ancient elevations, swinging up 1600 feet marked [...]