Category Archives: Fishing

The Overrated Imortance Of Color For Bass Lures

The longer I fish the more I’m convinced color is our least important consideration. Long-time Barkley and Kentucky lakes guide, Malcolm Lane, and I discuss this often. I guided for years, but Malcolm has been at it for over three decades, and he admits that the main reason he doesn’t care to guide bass fishermen […]

Shark Attack Test- Human Blood vs. Fish Blood

I personally got in the water and tested if Sharks had a preference of human blood vs. fish blood. Get your first month of KiwiCo for FREE!!! Point of clarification: A few people have pointed out the dates on the negative and positive Covid tests are the same. You’ll also notice my doctor was Bob […]

The Hunt For Gollum – Short Film

The acclaimed fan-produced prequel film based on Appendices in The Lord of the Rings and dramatising Aragorn & Gandalf’s search for Gollum. The Hunt for Gollum is a non-profit, serious homage to the writing of J.R.R Tolkien and the films of Peter Jackson. Directed by British filmmaker Chris Bouchard, shot on location in England and […]

History of Fly Fishing

Fly fishing is an ancient sport, with records of Romans in 200 AD using flies to catch trout and the more complete history of fishing in England and Scotland beginning in the 17th century. The Japanese form of line casting, Tenkara, is traced to the 19th century, but Japanese anglers have been tying flies for […]