Nestled on the northeast corner of Lake Fayette in Fayetteville, Texas is Oak Thicket Park. With only 21 sites to park an RV, and none of them being pull-through, this park is not for everyone. However, if you are okay with backing in your rig amongst the trees, you might be able to find a […]
For my very last Fishin` column for RV Life I am going to address a concerning issue about the future of fishing. But first I would like to point out that it has been my pleasure to share my past stories, tips and general concerns with the readers of RV Life for the past two […]
Those of us living in the more temperate parts of the country miss out on a very different fishing experience: ice fishing. This is a winter pastime that thousands of anglers enjoy in more northern regions. It`s also a great away to enjoy winter RV fun. This is when you can park your rig at […]
Luck has been given a prominent status in fishing lore and beginner`s luck is legendary. Well, this old fisherman doesn’t quite buy luck theory. With more than 65 years of fishing oceans, rivers, lakes and streams, I’ve learned that most fish are caught by the best anglers.
There are a lot of RV parks that are located in the general area of where the fish are active. However, it’s not easy to find one where you can enjoy fishing just steps from your RV site. My wife and I enjoyed this type of experience during a trip through Clinton, Montana, after enjoying […]
When you take your dog for a hike or a fishing adventure at most any RV park, you can be sure you’ll have a lot of attention. A lot of folks will smile and pet the pooches as they go by. A ton of their fellow canines will also greet them in one manner or […]
When the Corps of Discovery made it over the Bitterroot Mountains in Western Montana, Lewis headed north to explore the rivers that lead up toward Canada, while Clark headed south, looking to explore the lands that might be of future use to the expanding United States. Like Clark, my wife and I followed the southern […]
I decided to retrace part of the Lewis and Clark trail and get a feel for their travels by visiting the same country and do some fishing in the process.
When we were shopping for our RV, we tried to find one that was versatile so we could use it for many purposes. It needed to be large enough to sleep my wife and I in RV parks – along with a couple of friends – yet small enough so we could get good mileage […]
A lot of RVers who spend a lot of time on the road RVing are over 50 years-old. However, that demographic has been changing. More and more young couples and families are getting into the RV lifestyle, enjoying a lot more exploring, venturing to new destinations and taking in their favorite outdoor activities. In part, […]
Fishing out of the Russian River Campground near the Russian River in Alaska is a ball. Not only is this a great RV park with many other parks in the area, but there are all kinds of fish to go after. During a recent outing, we were catching rainbows, grayling, char and Chinook and were […]