Monthly Archives: November 2016

Deer Creek Resin and Baitfish Patterns

Working on large baitfish patterns has always been a pain in the rear because UV resin generally just sucks. Maybe I am just old school and have stuck with two part epoxy, even when everyone seemed to have a love … Continue reading

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Elk River expedition #1

We decided to take a last minute trip to the Elk River tail water this weekend. If fishing was the factor that determined a good trip we would have been in trouble for sure! The lake is turning over and … Continue reading

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December 17th class ” Intro to tying streamer patterns”

Since fish only eat up on top a small portion of the year it goes without saying that they eat below the surface the rest of the time. This is why streamers are so important to the aspiring fly fisherman. … Continue reading

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Fully guided trips for Christmas Presents

We have the perfect gift for the fisherman on your Christmas list. During the month of December we are offering both full and 1/2 day trip gift certificates. These will be 10% off regular price and will be good for … Continue reading

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2009 Riverhawk restore

I found a screaming deal on a 2009 River hawk B60, trailer, motor awhile back, and decided I needed yet another project. Here is the before picture. What you cant see is the cracks in the fiberglass on both sides. … Continue reading

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Now booking Catfish Noodling Trips for 2017.

As of 2017 we are booking trips to go Noodling, or hand fishing, for catfish! These trips will be guided by Josh Stinson, who was featured on the cover of the August edition of Mid West Outdoors. All trips will … Continue reading

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Introduction to tying streamers

Since fish only eat up on top a small portion of the year it goes without saying that they eat below the surface the rest of the time. This is why streamers are so important to the aspiring fly fisherman. … Continue reading

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