A weekend fishing for wild brown, rainbow, and brook trout in the beautiful Mount Rogers area.
Posts by Josh Williams:
Full day fishing for wild brown and rainbow trout in one of our tailwaters.
Full or half day fishing for stocked and/or wild trout.
Basic instruction on the water. Great for beginners or children.
Learn how to tie dries, nymphs, streamers, etc.
Kyle was born in New York, but we let that slide. Kyle has only been a resident of Roanoke, VA for about 3 years. He joined the army in 2006, and honorably served for 7 years. Now, as a veteran, Kyle enjoys the mindfulness that he finds on the water, as well as when he […]
As a native of Botetourt county, Matt knows the area’s waters well. A large portion of his time growing up was spent on SW Virginia’s lakes, streams, and ponds. Since then, he has been fortunate enough to find himself in a wide variety of fishing situations. From white sand and turtle grass flats in the […]
Josh grew up in the Roanoke Valley and always had a rod in one hand and gun in another. Some things have changed since Josh was a kid. He now carries both with one hand. His passion is finding brook trout in the Applachians. When he’s not fishing or hunting, he’s filling orders for Dead […]
David grew up in Shawsville, VA. He started fishing at a young age for trout and smallmouth on the Roanoke river. He is an Army veteran and father of the love of his life, Grace Fisher Sisson. He has fished all over. Some of his favorites include the New River for smallmouth, Florida Keys for […]
Alright folks. I had a good friend ask how I work knots with one arm. After trying to explain over the phone for a whole 2 seconds, I realized a short video would be the best bet. Enjoy this high quality professional video and feel free to comment below. Take care!
My buddy Jason is on a committee for AECOM, the firm we work for. It’s called Great Places To Work Committee. The committee is headed by fellow employee Alex Rayfield, and support quarterly charities, in addition to other morale activities for the employees. He and I got together and decided to throw a Project Healing […]
Growing up so close to the James River, my buddies and I spent many seasons floating. Year after year, smallie after smallie. Our vessel of choice was a Sears Roebuck john boat. Many times though, we opted for the lighter, quick tracking canoe. I loved the ease of maneuvering they allowed in the water. The […]