Fly fishing is a great workout, a mental and physical challenge, an excellent way to get out in nature, and a world-class thrill.
You can spend years perfecting your cast, predicting where fish are hiding under the riffles, and guessing which flies look tasty to them. That’s what keeps fly fishing interesting, and Zen.
“We’ve got a fish on the downrigger right now,” Barb exclaims, just before she signs off from the podcast. Hope they reeled in a big one!
KB4girls presents International Female Kite Week 2014, a week to celebrate female kiting including lots of KB4girls activities all over the world!
Mavericks is one of the biggest and most deadly breaks for surfers, and almost every year there is an invitational surf contest there when the storms and swell are just right and the wave comes up. This year, though, the wave isn’t just cresting over the reef, it’s also breaking the gender barrier: There will […]
“It’s a never-ending search for waves, and that’s one of the cool aspects about river surfing,” Jeff said. “There are a lot of rivers and so many untapped waves. There’s so much opportunity for people who are landlocked to surf without flying to Hawaii or Cali or Mexico.”
It’s described as “the biggest, baddest, human endurance challenge on the planet”, and the route has the women traveling 2,400 miles from Monterey Bay, California to Honolulu, Hawaii.
Father-daughter fishing opens opportunities for conversation, laughs, and memories.