ADHD Fishing, March is the new April

A fishing mentor of mine once said that his spring fishing habits are sort of like that of someone riddled with ADHD: very impatient and constantly moving spots, cycling different lures and flies. That’s what I’ve been feeling like the last week as I’ve started my season. Hitting lots of spots and going back to … Continue reading ADHD Fishing, March is the new April


Rites of Spring

One of the the coolest things about the striped bass is the variety of their territory, starting with the backwaters: small creeks, brackish rivers, ponds, marshes and estuaries. On the other end of the spectrum, the stripers are more known for their habitat in rough surf and open ocean up and down the eastern seaboard. … Continue reading Rites of Spring

American Chaos, Fish Don’t Seem to Mind

2020 continues to be a bit of a sh**show in the world and our country. So much polarization, violence, hate, it’s truly a sad time. Fishing is a nice reprise from it all and an escape. To go outside and watch the sunset, watch the tides roll in and out, and watch fish feed, is … Continue reading American Chaos, Fish Don’t Seem to Mind