Author Archives: Ed Mitchell

Report from Harriman Ranch

Report from Harriman Ranch Dave’s trip out west is coming to an end, but he sent me a report on his latest adventure¬† – a day at Harriman Ranch on Henry’s Fork. Locate 28 miles south of Yellowstone, the eight … Continue reading

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Dave is still out West

My friend Dave sent me more pictures from out west. Lord that looks like fun. I’m drooling. Trout and more trout, and even grayling. He and his buddy Pete are having a blast. Get a load of Dave’s grin. Now … Continue reading

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September Doldrums in Long Island Sound

September Doldrums in Long Island Sound Well I was back on the water yesterday with the same poor results as last week. Plenty of bait. Yet no fish to be found. We’re stuck in the damn doldrums, folks. Get this: … Continue reading

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False Albacore on a Fly

False Albacore on a Fly Got a false albacore on a fly yesterday. What a damn thrill. Yeah I’ve caught them before; I landed my first one back in the early 1990’s out at Cape Pogue on Martha’s Vineyard. That … Continue reading

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Dave is Fishing Henry’s Fork

Dave is Fishing Henry’s Fork My friend Dave is out west, fishing the fabled Henry’s Fork. As you may know this famous stretch of water originates in Big Spring, Idaho and is part of the Snake River. It is known … Continue reading

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