Great Fly Fisherman Should Never Be Forgotten

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I've always respected the strong brotherhood that our military shows to our fallen heros. In most instances, they always do what they can to look out and take care of the families left behind. I recently saw this first hand while attending a funeral for...

Buster Wants to be a Fly Fishing Guide

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Every couple of months, for about the last ten years, I've been contacted by recreational fly fisherman around the country, asking me to give them advice on how to go about becoming a fly fishing guide. Choosing to become a full-time fly fishing guide is...

Fly Fishing Guide Referral Gone Bad

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I've been very fortunate to have had the opportunity to guide lots of wonderful clients over the years. A large portion of those clients, that I now call friends, originally came to me through referrals from other fishing guides. When I get a client referral...

Guiding Tip: Set Your Client Free to Build Confidence

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THIS POST IS FOR ALL THE PROFESSIONAL GUIDES OUT THERE WHO GIVE THEIR CLIENTS EVERY THING THEY'VE GOT EACH AND EVERY DAY. IT'S FOR THE PERFECTIONISTS, WHO TRULY BELIEVE FLY FISHING CAN NEVER BE 100% MASTERED AND ALWAYS SEE ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT IN THEIR OWN...

Some Say I’m an Intense Fly Fishing Guide

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I’m sort of a blabber mouth on the water when I guide. Similar to a sports radio announcer that’s calling a game play by play, so the listeners can easily follow and visualize what’s going on. It’s a hands-on style of guiding that’s served me well over...