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

  • Simplicity in design

    Then they went on to refine and develop their invention into a workable airplane that they piloted by pretty much the same flight principles as ...

  • No moose

    Noah has caught an Atlantic salmon and knows the trouting experience. He is an avid motocross rider. Now he will learn the ways of moose hunting ...

  • My newest woods buddy

    There are a million TV channels, some with continuous cartoons. Video games can be so appealing, even tablets have infinite kids games available ...

  • Putting your outboard to bed

    In order to avoid corrosion damage to your boat’s engine, it is critical that you take special precautions. This is especially important if you ...

  • A surprise on the fly

    Remember my cloning article from a few weeks ago? On this Saturday my mind was made up to hunt moose at my cabin, but my buddy with the licence ...

  • Sonar saves the day

    I prefer bigger fish for splitting and salting, but the fish this fall were, on average, quite a bit smaller than the ones we were catching when ...

  • Endless activities and finite time

    I could find no fish. I steamed to my usually productive locations but could mark no cod on my sonar device. That in itself doesn’t always mean ...

  • Labrador tea, growing wild in the Big Land

    Although I have visited the Big Land many times, I have never before tasted Labrador tea. I had the opportunity and I was all over it. How could ...

  • Hardcore without hope of remedy

    The word hardcore, grammatically can be used as an adjective, “She is a hardcore winter steelheader;” or as a noun, “That bunch that fly fish in ...

  • Driving light, sleeping tight

    I own a full size four-wheel-drive pickup truck, a typical outdoorsman vehicle, but for this trip we opted for the more economical and ...