Tilley Paddler’s Hat: The Kayak Angler’s Hat

By Kyle McCann / Canoe & Kayak We’ve outlined the five biggest reasons the Tilley Paddler's Hat should rest atop your melon. Whether you like it or not, the right hat while kayak fishing can mean a world of difference in the success of your day. It may or may not help you catch the … Continue reading Tilley Paddler’s Hat: The Kayak Angler’s Hat

Boundary Waters Trip Planning Resources

By Dan S. / Great Miami Outfitters If you are planning a canoe trip to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in Minnesota here are some resources that may come in handy. We love to discuss BWCAW and would like to share our knowledge. If you have additional questions please feel free to contact us. … Continue reading Boundary Waters Trip Planning Resources

Flyfishing on the Wild and Scenic Lower Deshutes River, Oregon

Article and Photos by Dan S. My wife and friends of ours decided to take a trip to Oregon this past September. It was a couples’ get away week to a place none of us had ever visited, with an emphasis on craft brewery visits, wineries, hiking and, of course, flyfishing. Originally, our plan was … Continue reading Flyfishing on the Wild and Scenic Lower Deshutes River, Oregon

Fishing the Susquehanna River – Pennsylvania, USA

Article and photos by Andy H. / Great Miami Outfitters The Susquehanna River draws many people for various recreation purposes. At 464 miles long, beginning in New York and emptying into the Chesapeake Bay, it is a haven for kayakers and canoeists for leisurely outings and sanctioned races alike. For me, though, something else pulls … Continue reading Fishing the Susquehanna River – Pennsylvania, USA