Spent some time in eastern Idaho this past summer as part of a Patagonia press junket that explained the merits of its new waders (more on that soon), and the advantages of tenkara rods for some situations.
Also got out on the water a bit with my friend Geoff Mueller, who works for the Drake magazine. I know, I know, you think magazine editors butt heads, and sometimes we do for good reason, but Mueller and I have known each other for a long time and when we spend time on the water it’s like hanging out with a like-minded bud. And he’s a good fisherman, which helps with my photo opps. So here are a few shots from the east Idaho trip, including a few images from a secret creek that I plan on spending a few days on this coming year, hiking the breadth of it, through some serious, serious griz country, just to find out what else might be swimming in there.