Reflections from Quebec

I’ve been home from Quebec for nearly two months and I am still recalling how awesome that trip was. I’ve been revisiting it quite a bit lately, having spent the last few days penning my piece about it for Fly Rod & Reel. That article will come out in the winter issue, which is slated to hit the shelves around mid-December. In the meantime, I wanted to share a few images that the guides at Camp Bonaventure and Salmon Lodge took of me and photographer Geoff Moore. Talk about spoiled—we were living a dream for sure. Enjoy.


Making a nice huck on the Bonaventure.

Don’t do it!

Saw this bad boy crawling along on the rocks, side of the river. Could you imagine taking a break from fishing, leaning back on the rocks and having this sucker climb onto your neck?

Break for lunch? Ok. I remember feeling pretty damned spoiled right here. But I took all in, including the wine.

Oh yea, that’s the way you want a rod to be.

What? How’d you get up there so fast. Nice landing from a big Atlantic salmon.

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