Snow Shoveling and the pup

Not too much been going on around here at Teton Fly Fishing
world headquarters. The past week or so has ushered in quite
a bit of snow. This, combined with some cold temperatures has
made it feel more like mid-January instead of November. It’s
nice though to have some snow on the ground as we go into
the Thanksgiving holiday.

Because of the harsh winter weather, I haven’t done any
fishing. Instead much of my attention has been focused on
Ruby James. Ruby’s now about 4 months old and has grown
quite a bit. She’s doing well; sleeping all night, following a few
basic commands, etc. She’s evening hanging out with me while
I tie flies, often relaxing on the floor beside me, even ignoring
the various bags of animal pelts and feathers (most of the

With Jamie out of town (enjoying some sun and warm temps in
central america) and not much going on in town, I’m planning
on heading south to CO to see my friends Brandon and Rachelle
for turkey day. Hopefully we’ll be able to get out on the water
together during my stay.

Well that’s the report from around here. Hope everyone’s well
and gearing up for the holidays. Stay tuned for a post CO
fishing report….

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