Back in Business.

With a busy summer and fall I’ve managed to seriously neglect the blog, but Oakfish is back in the blogging business.

Even with a heavy workload in the summer, and plenty of schoolwork in the fall we managed to escape for some amazing adventures throughout the state and even into Canada.

Craig was home for the summer.

Undie with one of the first fish of the summer.

An unexpected, yet delicious, catch.

After a long summer in Craig, I was more than happy to get back to Missoula for school, friends, as well as some late summer fishing. I was greeted by excellent dry fly fishing on the Blackfoot and Bitterroot.

Garret with a nice rainbow.

After a few weeks of school we made a run for Canada! Where the fish are large and the rivers wild.

The trip was interesting from the start.

Undie with the trips first fish.

The crew…minus myself and Ben.

The crew at the end of the trip.

We thought it was all downhill after Canada, though fall treated us well.


Trevor’s Black Lab Ben joined the crew for our fall duck season.



I’ve missed much of our amazing fall in this post…but you get the idea. And now that winter is here, I will have more time to report our adventures here in Missoula.





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3 Responses to Back in Business.

  1. Cody,

    Seriously good looking photos and fish. Looks like you guys have been getting after it.


  2. Chuck Simmons says:

    Happy thanksgiving Cody and the crew looks like you guys have been having some fun fishing Chuck tell your Mom and Dad happy holidays for me Janet says nice fish”””””””””””””””””””

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