The Journal Travel

1 year ago

How to Jump Start Your Career as a Fly Fishing Guide

Thinking about making a career change and working as a fly fishing guide? There are a few ways to break into the business. It's not always easy but once you get that first gig, you can grow and advance your career. Have Realistic ...

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2 years ago

Off the Grid - Searching for Backcountry Trout

  Summer means crowds and hot days in the popular river valleys. Why fight the crowds when you can pull out some maps and get busy exploring the backcountry. You can have streams and lakes to yourself with easy, willing trout. Here's our process for hitting ...

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2 years ago

Top 7 Summer Multi-Day Float Trips

  Summer is just around the corner and it's time to get organized for those incredible multi-day journeys that sear memories in your head. Remote river canyons have a way of creeping into your soul. The nerves and unsteady feeling moments before ...

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2 years ago

Pyramid Lake - Giant Trout in the Desert

Less than an hour drive from Reno, Nevada lies a massive alkaline body of water called Pyramid Lake. Pyramid is one of several remaining lakes in the Great Basin region that were once connected to the ocean. Today, Pyramid has no outlet but it does function as the terminus ...

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3 years ago

Zach in Patagonia: Post-Holiday Blues

by Zach lazzari So I should be here, telling you tales about the glory of guiding. Long days, lots of fish...big fish, non-cancerous sunburns thanks to my new Buff and an ass that ...

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3 years ago

Zach in Patagonia: Welcome Back

 by Zach lazzari    It all started off on the wrong foot. I was a little burnt out on the travel sequences; guiding, serving, working ...

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