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  • March 5, 2013

    Argentina Cast and Blast: Part II

    By Tim Romano

    A wee update of 22 new photos from the trip that Kirk and I took for sea run brown trout and doves in Argentina right after the new year.

    We fished at Kau Tapen lodge and shot many many dove at La Dormida with the fine gentlemen from Nervous Waters. The trip was put together by friend and fly guru extraordinaire Oliver White. You may remember Oliver from Kirk's piece on Arapaimas in the jungle of Guyana.

  • February 1, 2013

    Slide Show: Argentina Cast and Blast

    By Tim Romano

    Just after the new year I headed to Argentina for two weeks to chase sea run brown trout at Kau Tuapen lodge and to shoot dove at La Dormida with my partner-in-crime Kirk Deeter and a few other colleagues. 

  • January 2, 2013

    Fly Fishing Trip Destination Revealed

    By Kirk Deeter

    We recently asked you to guess our upcoming trip destination; the winner to receive signed, first-edition copies of Tim Romano's "What a Trout Sees" and my "Fly Fishing for Carp."

    Ejunk, you nailed it: We're going to Argentina. 

    Romano and I will soon be departing for Argentina to fish for golaith brown trout on the Rio Grande River. We will be staying at the famous Kau Tapen Lodge. From there, we will head up to Cordoba to shoot doves.

  • July 23, 2012

    Should Anglers Bring Dogs to Public Fishing Spots?

    By Kirk Deeter

    Sounds silly, but there are very few topics these days that divide our ranks into camps like the subject of dogs on the river. I know some people who wouldn't even think of fishing without their four-legged sidekick. And I know others who think dogs are meant for hunting, and it's downright rude to other anglers to bring a dog on public water.

  • June 19, 2012

    Why 2 Bills Introduced to the House Are Bad for Sportsmen

    By Tim Romano

    Have something to say about your public lands? It could cost you…

    My friends over at Trout Unlimited alerted me to a couple of bills that have been introduced to the House that don't sit well with me. I thought I would share.

    They went on to say that Sportsmen for Responsible Energy Development (SFRED), a coalition of businesses, organizations and individuals led by Trout Unlimited, the National Wildlife Federation and the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, has been following this set of bills. And so far, the message isn’t exactly “sportsmen friendly.”

    Among the provisions:
    - A requirement of a $5,000 documentation fee to protest any lease, stifling a process that is currently free and open to anyone who wants to participate.
    - Prioritizing energy development over fish and wildlife on public lands.
    - A mandate that leases be issued within 60 days of payment regardless of protests or litigation.
    - Requires that a minimum of 25 percent of the leases receive minimal environmental review and no protests.

  • September 15, 2011

    Clip-N Hackle Anyone?

    By Tim Romano

  • September 9, 2011

    Photos: Late Summer Fishing and Dove Hunting

    By Tim Romano

    It's been many moons since I last sat down and edited a few fishing snaps. To be honest this summer's been a bit of a whirlwind and I've gotten a little behind.

    Here in the West the fishing season's been shortened due to the incredible snowpack we've been blessed/cursed with. I've gotten out for sure, but not as much as I normally would.