One of the great things about fishing from a kayak, beyond the freedom it affords, is sliding in on some amazing wildlife. Though we spend lots of time in the Idaho woods, we
Fishing at the No Business Lodge provides guests with the opportunity to find some incredibly beautiful and fun to catch trout. I was lucky to find such a beauty for this
Every spring, in a top secret spot, huge trout roll out of a large reservoir into a small river. Few, if any, know when this will happen. Fewer still can get to the right water.
For repeat ‘offenders’ of the Lodge, we return for various reasons. Some of us enjoy the quiet it affords to read or nap. For others it’s the time spent with loved ones or friends
Our close friend who will remain nameless (Steven Becker of New Meadows, Idaho) drank too much and was late to fish. A River Runs Through It taught every fisherman this is
Fly Fishing is a game of timing, weather, and an animal’s instinct. If you’re lucky, everything comes together and you get to catch a fish or two. The North Fork of the Payette
Our fishing in the inter-mountain west is so contingent on water levels. The spring run-off dictates water temperatures, hatches and fish antics. If conditions are not just right,
The water is still a little high and there is a bit of snow still on the mountain, but spring is here. The water will drop any time and the drakes will come off. We will be there.