Monthly Archives: September 2018

  1. Kevin Best

    Kevin Best
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  2. Michelle Mavis

    Michelle Mavis
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  3. Bryan Huskey

    Bryan Huskey

    Home Waters

    So many waters I consider "home" but my short list includes a few rivers and one ocean. Those that easily make this list would be the Trask, Wilson, Deschutes, N Umpqua, Owyhee and Salmon Rivers. And the Sea of Cortez. 

    Background

    My earliest memories are of chinook salmon larger than myself at the time and scrambling along the banks of the Oregon's coastal rivers with my dad. He was a solitary fellow, never cared much for fishing with others so I think I was the only person he ever spent much time on the water with. From Tillamook we moved to Bend in 85 where I grew up in a world of constant outdoor adventure and exploration. Once out of the house, early roommates were fly shop employees and Deschutes River fishing guides. From that point on, I really became enamored in the pursuit of steelhead on the fly.
    In 2000 I felt the desire to make a new life in a new place, and Boise, Idaho offered everythi
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  4. Scott Hed

    Scott Hed

    Home Waters Work

    Alaska and Boundary Waters (MN) / Play: Central America

    Background

    My parents were great about taking my younger brother and me on vacations around much of the USA.  That instilled a sense of adventure and love of the outdoors that is big part of who I am.  I’ve been an angler as long as I can remember, with humble beginnings as a kid catching panfish, bullheads, and carp in the lake near our Minnesota home.  It was my conservation work that introduced me to fly fishing, something that I enjoy despite the fact that I’m still very much a novice.  (Ask any number of guides I’ve fished with!)  Through my work, I’ve been fortunate enough to meet many terrific people and fish in some pretty incredible places (Alaska, the Rockies, Belize, Baja, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Guatemala to name a few).  I enjoy fishing of all varieties and don’t consider myself to be purely a fly angler.  From all the places I’v
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  5. Hilary Hutcheson

    Hilary Hutcheson

    Home Waters

    Flathead River 

    Background

    Hilary started her fly-fishing career as a teenaged guide in West Glacier, Montana. She guided through college, then took her journalism degree to Portland, Oregon where she worked as a television news anchor and reporter. She eventually returned to Montana to co-own and operate Outside Media and Trout TV for nearly a decade. Today, she's still guiding on the Flathead River and the Middle Fork of the Salmon River and owns and runs a fly shop called Lary's Fly & Supply in her hometown of Columbia Falls, Montana. She volunteers as a fly fishing instructor for Casting for Recovery, serves as a national board member of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers, is a climate activist with Protect Our Winters and writes for a number of outdoor industry publications. She loves hanging out with her three-legged yellow lab and two teen daughters, especially when they volunteer on the oars.

    What conserv

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  6. Landon Mayer

    Landon Mayer
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