Profile of Paul Smith

Paul Smith, a native of Spaniard’s Bay, fishes and wanders the outdoors at every opportunity. He can be contacted at flyfishtherock@hotmail.com.

All articles of Paul Smith

  • Northern Gateway Pipeline not worth the risk

    It is entirely understandable that with seven billion individual humans living on planet Earth, there will be a negative impact on the ...

  • Labour Day fun and relaxation outdoors

    I’m writing this piece on Labour Day, a time to relax and enjoy a break from the daily grind of earning your keep in the modern world. For most ...

  • Kentucky long rifle pioneered accuracy

    Have you ever thrown a football? Maybe you indulge in the odd game of rugby. If you’ve attempted either, you no doubt discovered post haste that ...

  • Trying to avoid the bully

    I guess it’s bully beef for supper tonight. That’s my cry of total desperation when I’ve thrown everything I have in my fly box at sulking salmon ...

  • Florida knows hot to cater to anglers

    I completely missed the food fishery. In early May, I bought a new outboard engine for my boat and didn’t get to catch one single cod during the ...

  • A little history on Exploits salmon

    Salmon season is winding down now. Just a few weeks left before most of our scheduled rivers close for another season. A few will stay open ...

  • In tune for hunting season

    It's August, a time of year when any hunter with a big game licence should be thinking of rifles and accurate shooting. Hitting your intended ...

  • Fire up the grill

    It looks like this summer is light-years better than last for most outdoor activities, except for salmon fishing. The high temperatures and lack ...

  • Low water blues

    This season I have seen the absolute extremes of salmon fishing. I spent the first week of June on the Gaula in Norway and literally got flooded ...

  • Low water blues

    This season I have seen the absolute extremes of salmon fishing. I spent the first week of June on the Gaula in Norway and literally got flooded ...