Craig Peacock - Fish Stories

Piute Trail 1/2 Day

Written by Craig and posted on September 5th, 2011 | Leave A Comment

We go down to the Piute trail to ride ATV’s once per year. This year with as much snow as we had gotten we wanted to make sure the trails were not closed so we went for labor day. Good thin we waited one of the trails just opened 4 days before we had gotten [...]

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Family trip to Fairview Canyon

Written by Craig and posted on August 24th, 2011 | Comment

There are certain spots that I go with the family each year. Fairview canyon has a special place in my heart because I used to go up here with my father when he was alive. Most of the fish are not of trophy caliber that I would normally spend time chasing but there is such [...]

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Fishing the Salt

Written by kyle and posted on August 15th, 2011 | Comment

This past week I had the privilege to spend three days on Kauai and three days on Maui. It was a much needed break from the monotony of 105-115 degree heat. Kauai was beautiful, untouched, and had a local feel. We searched for Puff the Magic Dragon at Hanalei bay. Didn’t see him… The next [...]

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Out for a walk

Written by Brad and posted on August 9th, 2011 | Comments

This video is short, but the fish isn’t. I love dry fly fishing…

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Wandering the Boulders

Written by Craig and posted on August 3rd, 2011 | Comments Off

I had been anxiously awaiting my trip to the boulder mountains for several weeks. I have this crazy goal to fish every lake on this mountain there are between 65 to 75 lakes depending on what you consider fishable lakes. Several are not on the map and many have no roads or trails leading to [...]

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Esox of AZ

Written by kyle and posted on July 10th, 2011 | Comments

Esox Lucius…. Doesn’t that just sound mean?? Esox Lucius, or more commonly referred to as Northern Pike, is just that; a mean, hard fighting, predatory fish. I can’t think of a more fun fish to chase this close to home with a fly rod. Native to the far North, Pike have found their way into [...]

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Apache Weekend

Written by kyle and posted on June 20th, 2011 | Comments

A few months ago a trip was planned by  We rented out an entire lake in hopes of incredible dry fly fishing for Arizona’s own, the Apache Trout.  This fish, found nowhere else on earth, looks like a cross between a Brown Trout and a Bonneville Cutthroat.  Imagine a Bonneville Cutt as far as [...]

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Quest for a King

Written by kyle and posted on June 5th, 2011 | Comments

Alaska’s costal waters play host to millions of Pacific Salmon every year. Over the years i’ve been very fortunate, taking several trips to Southeast Alaska and landing four of the five species. Silver, Pink, Chum, and Sockeye are all great and special. The Kings are the largest and have avoided my lines on all previous [...]

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Adventures North

Written by kyle and posted on May 17th, 2011 | Leave A Comment

I’m sitting here on my friends computer on a total fishing high. If you have never experience one, it feels like a sun/wind burned face, sore legs from wading rivers and kicking against wind on a stillwater, burning eyes from lack of sleep, and a permanent smile with memories that have just been made replaying [...]

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A few pics

Written by Brad and posted on January 31st, 2011 | Leave A Comment

My Dad emailed me a few photos and I thought I would post a couple. The full report can be seen here.
He spent the day helping out at Star Valley Trout Ranch, and had a few minutes in the afternoon to throw some flies. Looks like he had a good time.

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