Like most summers, 2015’s has been a blur for most of us. Hopefully, you’ve had a bit of fun in the sun and even had a chance to hook into some nice fish and even better memories.
I was very blessed with one of the best one in years, and included a lot of fishing and adventures with family and friends, and writing. The stories for the Mammoth Lakes Insider blog linked to below are also serving as drafts of my next book, Casting Around the Eastern Sierra. You can pre-order copies or pick up an Eastside Fishing experience through this site.
From fishing and golfing to a Idaho mom-turned national hero, here’s a rundown links and of some of the stories I was lucky to write this summer:
-There isn’t much you can do that will be more beneficial for kids than to take them fishing, "Fishing with Kids" from Mammoth Lakes Insider.
-A mom in Nampa, Idaho, for a “calling form God” and becomes saves a child’s life. "Stay-at-Home Mom Saves Baby Boy from Woman Who Was Trying to 'Baptize' Him in a Ditch" from People.com.
-Trout Unlimted’s 2nd Annual Big Wood Single Fly derby was another success. "Big Wood Single Fly casts for a cause" from Trout Unlimited Blog.
-Mountain biking is becoming very popular with families. Here’s a quick run down off of all you need to enjoy some single track. "Family Mountain Biking 101" from Blog Sun Valley.
-Red’s Meadow has long been a the gateway to the backcountry of the High Sierra and for the better part of a century Bob Tanner, Senior has been the gatekeeper. "Bob Tanner, Sr. "reflects on a lifetime of exploring Red's Meadow" from Mammoth Lakes Insider.
-Sun Valley resort has three world-class golf course and each has an impressive signature hole. "Sun Valley's Signature Holes" from Blog Sun Valley.
-June Lake has long been a family favorite, and the owners at Ernie’s Tackle and Ski shop are a good example of why. "Casting Perfect Loops in June Lake" from Mammoth Lakes Insider.
-We all hope to live long enough to enjoy our senior years, but we give almost no money to help. "It's Easy to Support The Connection" from I Love Hailey blog.
-Virginia may be for lovers, but California’s "Virginia Lake is for Trout Lovers" from Mammoth Lakes Insider.