Posts Tagged ‘rainbow trout’

The opening day of fishing season is something that many people who love the outdoors long for, especially those who live in cold climates. I was invited to the ‘opening day extravaganza’. This day was about a party of friends on the river, not about ‘wetting a line’. It was an experience I will never...

Each day I take the opportunity to grab my camera and photograph some aspect of nature. It may be a frozen waterfalls or a female cardinal on my bird feeder. I use a ‘catch phrase’ on Joey Bee TV often saying “viewing nature is free.” Please take the time to get out and enjoy all that nature has to...

I was on the river yesterday. With the heavy storms it was way to high to fly fish. But I did see a wood duck and a mink swam from one side of the river to within five feet of me. A week ago, in the same place, I was able to give back to nature! ...

So where do you find beauty in the outdoors? Do you have to search far or is it right outside your front door. The Beauty Trail took me on a great journey this week. http://JoeyBeePodcast.com/podcasts/AbJoeyBee-THEBEAUTYTRAIL.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS

So when you enter into the wild is it better to be seen or just blend in? I have been wearing camo my entire life, from the woods, to the stage, and on camera. So yes, camo is my favorite color. Let me explain….. http://JoeyBeePodcast.com/podcasts/BbJoeyBee-CAMOFAVORITECOLOR.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

There are so many lessons that we can learn and apply to our natural world.  I had the opportunity to discuss some of my research on grizzly bears and wolves with an environmental science class.  Life is good when you can make a difference.  (The photo is being posted to Twitter because it will not load on this...

What life lessons can you share with someone or bring into the outdoors with you? I had the ultimate experience recently with my nephew Wyatt. Some topics can only be shared while you are out in nature. Here are a few of my outdoor life...

From my youth camping days on the farm to research in the Rockies I have always enjoyed being in the outdoors. This comes with the responsiblity of not harming any part of the natural beauty. I will give tips on leave no trace camping plus a few stories. (What would my life be without...

There are many excellent organizations in our country that have a goal of protecting and preserving the great outdoors.  Today I bring my mentor, Bill Borowski into the studio to tell all about Trout Unlimited and their conservation...

My fly rod is in my truck and goes on every adventure.  I could be filming on an ostrich farm and if there is a stream in the vicinity I will find it at the end of the day.  As I travel across the country so many people ask me about fly fishing.  They want to get into the sport but need direction.  This show is...