About Us

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We’ve been fishing together for over 6 years, married for almost 3 and fly fishing the Driftless area for 2 years. We are team members for Walton Rods, because who doesn’t love high-quality, American-made fly rods?

We wanted to create a channel to share our stories, stories of other Driftless anglers, our favorite gear, and best catches.

About Micah:

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Micah has been a die-hard fishermen his whole life. He grew up across the street from the Wisconsin River and cut his teeth fishing for smallmouth bass–quitting all spring sports in middle school to open up time for daily fishing.

After college, Micah caught the trout bug which quickly lead to him purchasing his first fly rod. As many of you probably know, fly fishing can easily become an addiction, and such was the case for Micah. He started to spend all of his free time on the water learning more about the sport of fly fishing, and meeting other anglers who were as crazy about the sport as he was.

Micah is the first to admit he is not an expert, but he has a passion for the sport, the places it takes him, and the people it allows him to connect with. He loves talking fishing and hopes to share his stories, as well as the stories of fellow anglers, that readers will find entertaining and valuable.

Instagram: @Micah_Crider

About Abigail:

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Abigail first got into fishing when she met Micah–she always enjoyed it when she was young, but never had anyone to take her out before then. She fell in love with the bait caster and the frog, catching largemouth bass out of the lily pads; however, when Micah made the switch to the fly rod, she was too competitive to not give it a try.

Abigail is a digital marketing account manager during the day, and is passionate about finding ways to combine her marketing background with her love of fishing. Abigail likes to let people know that she doesn’t just fish to impress her husband, or anyone else for that matter. Fishing is addicting and she’s always looking to catch that next big trout and try new water.

Instagram: @abigail_crider

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