She took her daughter to the river with the intentions of tutoring her on how to fly fish. Instead, author Kathleen Clary Miller learned a lesson about life and saying goodbye to the little girl in her daughter and hello to the exquisite young women her daughter had become.
When the weather turns colder and you just gotta fish, you may want to invest the time and effort to ice fish. Naomi Shapiro gives helpful tips and techniques for ice fishing, and throws in a few choice spots in the north central Midwest locale for you to consider. See this week’s Fishing Line for Naomi’s expert advice.
Kathleen Clary Miller finds out that hosting five-year-old twin boys at her home in Montana’s outback takes a lot of energy and some advance planning. Read to the end of her column at The Fishing Line and you’ll be surprised to find out what the little fellows liked the best about the whole trip.
It’s show time for fishing writer Naomi Shapiro, who debuts in this week’s The Fishing Line category with a story of triumph over a fishing floating thingey in Alaska on what appears to a little trip of Heaven. And, she’ll reveal her fishy sources.
Kathleen Clary Miller, in this week’s Fishing Line, reveals that it’s not always about having a fishing rod in hand when on a lovely stream somewhere. It’s more about your attitude — revealed in her essay on an Indian Summer in Montana.