Mid Winter Warm ups

by Scot Hinkel February 27, 2015

January and february in Indiana is cold as a witches titty. The weather is very unpredictable. Some years we get no snow, and some years we get puked on. Lake […]

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Indiana Jones Chronicles- Post Spawn Browns

by Scot Hinkel January 21, 2015

  Sometimes i get sick of swingin and indicating for chromers. it usually happens about mid way through the winter when the fish start goin through their change. I just […]

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Winter Steel

by Mark January 23, 2014

  Four buddies and I traveled north to Pulaski for some true winter steelheading in typical Great Lakes conditions. The temperature was low and over the course of two days, […]

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Serenity Now

by Mark February 01, 2013

  The last day of our excursion north to the Salmon River came fast, leaving us contemplating a return home to friends, family, and that “W” word fly fishermen don’t […]

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The Pursuit of Happiness 2

by Mark January 29, 2013

    We slept the sleep of fisherman who had spent the previous day staving off hypothermia. The waders dripped in the shower, the heat on full blast, our faces […]

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The Pursuit of Happiness

by Mark January 08, 2013

You would think a fishless five months would alter your perspectives towards some aspects of the pursuit of fish with a fly rod.  If it did for me, those alterations […]

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Steelhead & Frozen Feet

by Mark December 18, 2012

  A long, hard, and cold week had me looking for an emergency escape hatch around every corner. Not finding one, I sent Adam a text with a semi-desperate plea […]

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Runners

by Mark October 09, 2012

A picture gallery of king salmon beginning their upstream  journey to spawn and die on the Salmon River, NY. These shots were taken in the first hundred yards of river […]

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The Run

by Mark September 25, 2012

Salmon season is winding down in the Great Lakes region but the last two weeks have been utterly insane in terms of the amount of fish pushing through. Despite a […]

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