The Second Law of Thermodynamics states that entropy in the universe is ever increasing. Nowhere is this truer than fly fishing. We start with a simple equation; (fisherman + fish). If only it ended there. Quickly, we add more and more variables: water, wind, weather, insects, and on and on, all the way to the subtle push of an emerging … Read More
A bit of fish porn for you today – Steelhead caught on the Salmon River in Idaho by Sturtevants Mountain Outfitters’ Fishing Guide Jim Santa, October 2012!
Free weekly Fly-Casting Clinics with Sturtevants Mountain Outfitters’ guides start TONIGHT! All abilities welcome! Come for an introduction to fly casting or work to perfect your arc with SMO’s expert fly-fishing guides. Tuesday nights 6-7pm, Atkinson’s Park in Ketchum. No pre-registration required, bring your rod!
Join us at the Sawtooth Botanical Garden for a grown-up tour of the Bug Zoo! Friday April 27th, 5:30 pm Featuring a bug booth especially for fly fishers, sponsored by Sturtevants! • Music by Good Ju Ju • Tour of Bug Zoo • Bug-themed cocktails Tickets: $25, includes appetizers and drinks Call 208-726-9358 or email for tickets
It’s hard to believe we’re already into the last week of July and it feels like the fishing season has just gotten started, and for a lot of our favorite spots this is true. It was a long wait, but its prime-time now. The Big Wood has been providing some outstanding fishing. With cool nights and the water still pretty … Read More
Sturtevants Mountain Outfitters is offering NEW, expanded guide services! SMO guides are now licensed to take you fishing, hiking, and mountain biking throughout the Sawtooth National Forest, SNRA, and Salmon Challis National Forest! Go with a Local!
Sun Valley, Idaho, summer rush Larry Habegger, Special to The Chronicle Sunday, July 3, 2011 (full article: http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/07/03/TRVH1K1S8K.DTL) “This has got to be the craziest sport I’ve ever done,” my friend George said to me as we rested on our mountain bikes gazing down a precipitous slope toward pine forest and distant spiky mountains. “Here we are in one … Read More