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Don’t have time?….. Make time!

September 4, 2014

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Over the weekend I was able to hit a couple favorite spots in Cache Valley.  I didn’t have a ton of time but wanted to get out.  I go through ups and downs with my addition to fly fishing.  There are stretches that I want to go everyday and other times in my life where […]

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Restoration Revolution on the Logan River.

July 15, 2011

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Fly Fishing Utah We love to see things like this going on in the fly fishing industry, especially close to home where we enjoy fly fishing Utah’s waters!  Restoration projects are challenging, but this one on the Temple Fork of the Logan River seems to be a success initially. Great article from the Herald Journal […]

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I Love the Logan River today

September 17, 2010

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I was up in Logan, Utah last weekend and hit the Logan River.  It was great day!!  TURN UP THE VOLUME ON THE VIDEO BELOW, FOR SOME REASON IT ISN’T VERY LOUD.

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Love Hate Relationship

August 3, 2009

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I have realized that I have a love hate relationship with the Logan River.  I fished the river with Dave Hancey this past Saturday and left the river thinking how frustrating the river has been.  I think that I have fished the Logan River about 6-8 times in my life and all but 2 of […]

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Trout hunting on the Logan River

March 2, 2009

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I spent this weekend up at my in-laws in Smithfield just north of Logan.  Of course I brought my fishing gear to hopefully hit the Logan River.  I had permission from the wife to go up for a few hours so i planned to hit the river on Saturday.  When I woke up it was […]

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Summer is almost gone!!

August 8, 2008

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Thanks to Travis for the great recap on the Frenzy 08 and thanks to Hostess for making Zingers.  I don’t have any pictures but I was able to fish the Logan River up Logan canyon last week. I don’t fish it often enough to know where all the good spots are but it is such […]

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