Category Archives: Guides

Preparing for Labrador

So you’ve finally done it – taken the plunge and booked your trip to Labrador – big land, float planes, big trout. Like most traveling fly anglers who have Labrador in their sights, you have probably spent many quiet hours … Continue reading

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Guiding – The World According to Jordan

“I wants to get better at ev’ry part o’ dis business. And I wants to do it me whole life.” Jordan’s Newfie accent betrays his origins, but his zeal is fundamental and a true hint of your week to come. … Continue reading

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“Q”

Quentin Langdon loves to fish.  Mostly, he loves to fly fish – and he’s damn good at it. Don’t be seduced into a distance or accuracy casting contest with Mr. Langdon, even though he may solicit your participation convincingly. It’s … Continue reading

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“The Beaver” – Anthony Pittman

Most days, TRL anglers know Anthony as – well – as a dear, sweet and gentle man, a guide who never falters. One who is always there at just the right moment with your raincoat, a new fly to try, … Continue reading

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Cliff Randell and the Fish-Tagging Biologist

Cliff Randell knows how to catch brook trout.  He’s always seemed to have the ‘knack’. And his ten summers of roaming the Woods River system has just made his successes more profound. (He actually has a cult amongst our guests.) … Continue reading

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Registered Newfoundland and Labrador Guides

Well, the flyfishing shows are mostly over for us now. There’s one more left, the Philadelphia Show at the Valley Forge Convention Center, March 5 and 6. This is a new venue and I hope to see a lot of … Continue reading

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