In this final post of the 3 part series, I offer a few more philosophical perspectives on ‘What Fly Fishing has taught me about life and business’.
In this second post of the series I am sharing additional learnings I have had including being lucky in fly fishing, life and business.
I have just returned from several days of fly fishing. And, as is always the case when I am away, I thought … a lot.
In his book architect Juhani Pallasmaa explains the necessity of integrating all five senses to feel connected.
A recent comment left on one of my clips on You Tube interested me greatly as to what exactly it is people are looking for when visiting the river Spey and other salmon rivers.
Japanese designer Tokihito Yoshida on fly fishing, craftsmanship, British heritage and his cooperation with Barbour.
It’s been 13 months that I made the decision to pull the plug on my business career and start a life as a fly fishing guide.
Norwegian designer Per Finne masters a knife, mixing tradition with modernity because he believes that value comes with time. >>
Swedish architect Christian Hörgren turned a passion into a proper side job, becoming a rod builder. His glass fiber rods are valued from the US to Japan.
The season to catch an Atlantic salmon is short. A Celebration of Salmon Rivers is a beautiful way to take a fishing trip in your mind until the rod is back in your hand.
A comfortable base for fishing outings on the Sol Duc River, on the Olympic National Park peninsula near Seattle.
Lefty Kreh needs no introduction. He is one of the living greats of fly fishing. And so is his classic Fly Fishing in Salt Water.
“An old raincoat brought back to life – homage to a grand dad, and the quest for life.” A raincoat can be more than just a functional item, just like anything else can be more than ordinary. >>