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Three weeks in Hawaii

February 20, 2016
This was a trip that tapped into multiple facets of beauty.  There were of course the world-class mountain vistas and sunsets to admire, but the beauty of Hawaii ran much deeper.  The culture of benevolence, the diversity of the reef fish, once-in-a-lifetime scuba diving, and the freshness and availability of the seafood all left their impression on me.   Read more

On the ice, in the dark

March 30, 2015
As dusk fell on Lake Simcoe’s icy expanse, the moon’s silvery glow began to take hold. The wind calmed and an absolute silence settled in its place only to be broken, yet again, by the roar of my Jiffy auger. The night was approaching and I was back, drilling another hole, in search of a fish that had captivated my late ice fishing endeavors. Read more

Some alone time on Georgian Bay

August 12, 2014
Georgian Bay is quite the destination here in Ontario. It’s a massive bay of Lake Huron with swiss-cheese-like shorelines studded with countless islands, shoals and channels. It could take well over a lifetime to explore the limitless bays and back bays of this geographical marvel. Read more

Bury my yak in whitefish

May 12, 2014
It’s a rare day when the collection of variables that influence a day’s fishing just seem to mesh perfectly. Today was one of those days. I began fruitlessly trolling out from Simcoe’s shoreline at 5:30am on glass-calm water. When I got to where I wanted to be, I dropped anchor and got ready for some jigging. Read more