Bonneville Cutthroat Trout

Bonneville Cutthroat Trout
Big Bonneville Creek

About Me

My closest fishing buddy and me call each other by our middle names when planning, wanting, or actually going out to fish. We thought it would fool our wives at first, but the first try and they figured it out. I guess we aren't so clever...but we are smarter than our wives...Look who they married and look who we married. (try that one on your wife...always works!)

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Saturday, January 16, 2010

A Fly Fishing Lie

Ever talk to your friends about things you have done and made them sound like your an expert? I probably have more times than I should...but, it was a lot of fun at the moment. Probably one of my biggest hoaxes is in regards to going Steelhead fishing.

Friday, August 21, 2009

Catsup, Ketchup, Catchup

Well...I have been off fishing for quite awhile this summer. Summer is winding down and so it is time to "Catchup" on the happenings of the stalkers...or I should say the slayers...because we have caught a ton of fish this summer. Big successes have included Guano Creek, Emerson Spring Creek and Bonneville Creek.

Saturday, March 28, 2009

Four Letter Words

Just returned from our trip to North Mountain Home Creek. Our foray to some of the desert redbanded trout creeks got put on hold due to weather. The Cutthroat Stalkers did hit the South Fork for three decent days. We really had to WORK for our FISH. Day one I only got one fish in after missing plenty and day two saw me bring two in after missing plenty.

Tuesday, March 3, 2009


What a weird day. I found out that the antagonistic comment on my blog was from none other than my best fishing bud in Idaho. He was just ribbing me for letting out more news on one of our favorite places in the World to fish. He was right, but not many people are finding this blog,yet! The comments made after it had some merit to them and were worthy of posting (of course one of them was mine), so I left them up. Anywho, I changed the name of the river (South Fork of the Boise) to North Mtn. Home Creek to appease that person (ha!).

Saturday, February 21, 2009


One of the things I like most about the remoteness of going after native trout is the need to have all your supplies avaibable after you turn off that last marked forest service, canal, farmer's field or county road. Once you turn...there is no going back to the convenience store or stocked fly are committed to fish.

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Fishing the Web

Some people surf the web...I fish the web. We are deep into the doldrums of winter and I have never been much for ice fishing (caught 2 my whole life), steelheading (caught 1 my whole life) or fishing with midges (caught lots of hatchery raised rainbows or browns...non native fish).

So I spend my time planning out trips for the upcoming spring, summer and fall by dabbling around on the web, fishing for new ideas. I also like to check out the pictures I have stored away from previous trips or checking other favorite blogs.