Category Archives: Fly Fishing

Along the Stream – 3 May 2014

The trout might not have been biting, but I didn’t come home empty-handed. Skunk Cabbage is coming along nicely, the mosses and ferns are green and the tree buds are finally starting to break. Sony DSC-RX100 – Zeiss Vario-Sonnar – 28mm – … Continue reading

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First Hoar Frost – 30 October 2013

We’re well into Autumn now and the first serious hoar frost appeared this morning, covering the ground and the gardens like a crystalline, white vail. Hearty flowers have so far resisted the low temperatures and strong winds that sweep across … Continue reading

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Ruisseau des Irlandais

Deep in the backwoods of the French Shore, in Clare, Digby county is a maze of private logging roads that are also used by those with secluded cabins on the shore of small, remote lakes and ponds. Because logging is … Continue reading

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Moses Lake, Curry Road

  Back in the interior of Yarmouth County lies the Curry Road. It is a twelve kilometre dirt road, best traversed with four-wheel drive, from Springhaven to Argyle Head. It wanders through pristine, unspoiled land, pot-marked by dozens of lakes … Continue reading

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In Memory of Steve

It was a sad day for me today as I joined family and friends to say goodbye to a wonderful friend, neighbour and fellow fly fisherman who left us much, much too soon. This simple image is my humble tribute. … Continue reading

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