• Golden Dorado in ...

    Our co-founders, Garrison and Corinne, recently got back from the Bolivian Amazon and an epic trip to Tsimane Lodges.  A few of their favorite moments in photo and story form are below. "We landed deep in the jungle along the Securé river in Tsimane, Bolivia.  After we were greeted by the villag...

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  • First Public Land...

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    September 4th, 2018 is a day with a lot of firsts for me and a day I will never forget. At 8:30 am on September 4th, I shot my first public land elk. First elk, first harvest with a bow, first solo elk hunt, and first bull. I started my journey in hunting about three years ago. A good friend of m...

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  • Treasure from the...

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    What started out as another casual day in camp with my family ended up being one of the highlights of this summer. We woke up late, crawled out of our tents, stumbled over to the stove and patiently waited on the coffee to brew. Not yet fully awake with the sun already beaming down on us we deci...

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  • Into the Unknown

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    With a mix of trepidation and excitement I loaded my bags into the DH-2 Beaver, a float plane built in 1960.  I’ve read Hatchet, I know how this story ends. Luckily the baby face pilot with a southern drawl emerged, assuaging my fears. In what seemed mere minutes we were touching down on the ocea...

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  • High Water Fishin...

    Here are few tips from former guide, Colorado native and RepYourWater Co-Founder Garrison for fishing high water in the mountain west. Keep in mind that every river has its own ins and outs, so make sure to drop in at your local fly shop before you head out... 1. Don't be intimidated - High ...

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  • Big Spring Bass o...

    “The wind had picked up, splashing some chop onto the cattails, the temperature was dropping and the light was getting low. In other words, it was that time of the day with big fish potential. Twitch, twitch, a subtle thump, a solid set up, and whatever was on the other end felt so heavy it was ...

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