Home Waters

Home Waters

Posted by: Jay Humphrey / added: 07.26.2010 / Comments (0)

Like good jazz, the surrounding forest and stream make their own music.

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Posted by: Jay Humphrey / added: 07.26.2010 / Comments (0)
On The Road

On The Road

Posted by: Jay Humphrey / added: 07.07.2010 / Comments (1)

Just finished a six day marathon trip to eastern Montana...

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Posted by: Jay Humphrey / added: 07.07.2010 / Comments (1)
Fish Love

Fish Love

Posted by: Jay Humphrey / added: 05.26.2010 / Comments (2)

Each year we bonk more and more fish, and each year it becomes more and more apparent that there is a problem...

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Posted by: Jay Humphrey / added: 05.26.2010 / Comments (2)
The End

The End

Posted by: Jay Humphrey / added: 12.31.2009 / Comments (1)

I will relish in the first 70 degree days of late spring as the snowmelt passes. I look forward to the aching legs and weathered skin of summer.

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Posted by: Jay Humphrey / added: 12.31.2009 / Comments (1)
Winter, Oregon

Winter, Oregon

Posted by: Jay Humphrey / added: 12.22.2009 / Comments (0)

I had been watching a high-pressure break for a week, pouring over maps and predictions, hoping it wouldn’t collapse like a Peep in a vise when it reached land.

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Posted by: Jay Humphrey / added: 12.22.2009 / Comments (0)
River Assessment

River Assessment

Posted by: Jay Humphrey / added: 11.30.2009 / Comments (1)

No one is going to hold a gun to your head and say, “Steward… or else!”

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Posted by: Jay Humphrey / added: 11.30.2009 / Comments (1)
32.8 N / 117.2 W

32.8 N / 117.2 W

Posted by: Jay Humphrey / added: 11.19.2009 / Comments (0)

I sat on a point near Lopez that jutted into the Ocean and watched the sun retreat, letting go colors to the sky.

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Posted by: Jay Humphrey / added: 11.19.2009 / Comments (0)
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After finishing school in the early '70s, Jay began to "follow the surf." He was taught to cast by his father with a Bamboo rod on the small Rivers of central Massachusetts. He travels extensivly in the NW quad (OR, WA, ID, and Nor.Cal.) and thinks nothing of driving 400 miles for 3 days on remote water. If you happen by The Drake, Buster, or Moldy Chum, he's the one that signs in as Deerhawk.

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