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It is hard to believe more than half a century has passed since Bob Dylan penned the lyrics to The Times They Are A Changing
Yes, it has been mighty cold this winter, and yes, there is a certain appeal to extending the fishing season
When most people think of whittling, they usually think of an old man sitting on his front porch
So it’s January, the start of a whole new year. Of course, I still haven’t finished shovelling some of the snow that fell
I especially like reading a good book about fishing.
Premier Christy gave the residents of B.C. an early Christmas present when she announced $23 million in funding
Now that we are into December, it is perhaps time to start thinking about what to get the angler(s) on your Christmas shopping list
There was a time when metal detecting was, well, sort of nerdy.
It was one of those things that had been hyped so much through social media that in the end it became a phenomena unto itself
I do know the Farmer’s Almanac is predicting an early winter.
Some friends of mine recently told me that they have decided to celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary next summer
Fresh fish caught in a mountain lake or stream, meat from game hunted in the wilds and plants harvested by hand…
Lurking within the depths of a fair number of B.C.’s Interior lakes are a unique strain of trout that are strong
For an hour or so each evening for the past week, just before I go to bed, I have been reading a book titled The Backyard Astronomer’s Guide
Of all the many patterns in my many fly boxes, I would have to say the Chan’s Caddis Pupae pattern is probably the one I use the most
Time spent in any pursuit that proves to be relatively unproductive is often viewed, at least by some, as time squandered
Normally at this time of year, when each morning seems to be a little cooler and there is a hint of frost in the air…
It is amazing what one observes while sitting at the kitchen table mindlessly looking out at the world
Time passes slowly in some ways when you are sitting on the banks of a stream panning for gold
There is more to crossing a stream than merely getting to the other side.