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I was born and raised in Kootenay, British Columbia and now live in the Okanagan. I’ve always been close enough to a body of water to feed my appetite for exploring and fishing. When I’m not on the water, I’m sitting at my vice, getting the fly box loaded up for my next trip. Tying flies is my major passion; I’m so thankful to have discovered the art as a kid.
I’ve been fishing since I was six or 7 seven years old; I first started fly fishing about ten years ago.
Definitely dry fly fishing during the massive Caddis hatch on the Columbia River!
Whatshan Lake, BC. It’s not tropical or very far away, but it’s one of the only places in the world I’ve ever felt truly relaxed. Also, the lake is surrounded by some amazing fishing holes!
My favorite fishing memory is when three good buddies and I did a four-night backcountry trip – no cell phones allowed. We hit about six lakes in five days and fished the base of the Rocky Mountains while turtles followed our belly boats. I will never forget that trip!
I’m only a few hours away from numerus bodies of water that offer different types of fishing at different times of the year. How could you not love that? I’m never bored!
Definitely Pizza. I’m a Hawaiian Pizza lover!
Interstellar. I’ve seen it a bunch of times and can never truly wrap my mind around it!
I’m an avid acoustic guitar player and lover of most music. This question is impossible to answer!
My Leatherman. Or, maybe a lighter. You never know what might happen…
A good, old-fashioned hot dog over the fire!
Kelowna, British Columbia.
If it is to be, it is up to me. If you want to do something, find the time to do it. If you want to be something, figure out how to be it. No excuses!
I try to give as much as I can to the people around me while doing my best to expect nothing in return. I try to work my hardest and love my fullest. My family means the world to me, and my wife means even more.
Tarpon fishing in the Keys. Not Baby Tarpon…I’m talking about a 2-hour battle on a fly line with a silver giant!
The Traditional Cap – Bear. Every one of my fish in 2018 were caught while I wore this cap. It’s definitely lucky!