Brad Carter - Fish Stories

Fishing the Boulders

Written by Brad and posted on September 1st, 2012 | Comments
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Had an early cartographer taken better notes, this report may have a much different title. It’s rumored that the Boulder Mountains–a mountain dotted with lakes across it’s high plateau and surrounding cliffs, and the Thousand Lakes Plateau–a mountain covered in a few […]



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Craig Peacock - Fish Stories

Missing Yellowstone!

Written by Craig and posted on June 29th, 2012 | Leave A Comment

I had a difficult fishing decision to make last weekend. I had an an offer to go and fish with a couple of guys I really respect on a mountain that I love, or fish in a spot I have not visited for over two years at one of the most beautiful places on earth [...]



Brian Wise from www.flyfishingtheozarks.com puts out some awesome fly tutorials videos. These are great videos, including the full list of supplies needed to finish a tie. This one is a killer articulated streamer known as the Sex Dungeon. Have you ever fished […]



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Craig Peacock - Fish Stories

Spring’s been good to me so far…

Written by Craig and posted on May 18th, 2012 | Leave A Comment

It has been a bit since I updated the blog so time for a catch up post. I have had a really good spring especially for fish exceeding 20″. I had the opportunity to fight screaming tiger trout maxing out at 24″, rainbow trout in full spawning mode to 24″, and brook trout on a [...]



Brandon Mecham - Fish Stories

Chasing the Reds

Written by For The Rise and posted on May 18th, 2012 | Comment
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The obsession of wanting to catch Redfish first started when I caught my fist carp on the fly; sight fishing in shallow water in Idaho last year. I was amazed at the sheer power of the carp and wanted more. I started […]



Craig Peacock - Fish Stories

Working for your fish 3 lakes in 1 day!

Written by Craig and posted on March 11th, 2012 | Leave A Comment
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It has been over four months since I wet a line and needless to say I had a HUGE case of cabin fever. Steve and I set plans early in the week to take full advantage of what looked like a greate weekend of weather ahead. The plan was to head south to Otter Creek [...]



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Hang up the Tube

Written by Craig and posted on November 2nd, 2011 | Leave A Comment

I have this particular lake in the middle of the coldest part of the state I like to visit in the fall and at ice off. It takes a commitment to go because there are few other options in the area if the fishing is off. I made a couple of 1/2 day solo float [...]



Fish Stories - Kyle Graf

Annual Idaho Fall Trip

Written by kyle and posted on November 1st, 2011 | Comment
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Its 8:30 PM here in Arizona.  I’ve been home for five hours and just now have enough feeling in my hands to be able to write a few words.  Myself and two dear friends spent the last three days fishing some of the best trout water in the world.  The weather was cold but worth [...]



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Tiger Hunt!

Written by Craig and posted on September 26th, 2011 | Comment

After spending the last two trips exploring new lakes on the mountain it was time to revisit some old favorites. It was time for fall which means leaves changing and tiger time. We loaded up the wheelers and headed up the road to the lakes. We found the fall colors just starting to explode it [...]



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The Pictures Tell the Story

Written by kyle and posted on September 7th, 2011 | Comments
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I am sitting here totally stumped on what to write about this trip. I’ve started and then erased a bunch of clever lines. The words are not deserving of these fish and these places. The two spots I was able to fish with good friends for the last four days are so special to me [...]



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