Wyoming fishing road trip reunion…

Posted: September 8, 2023 by Hellcat in Fish Reports

After 25 years the boys were finally able to pin down a date together to return to the Wyoming trout streams that were so formative in our youth. Please enjoy a few shots from this epic reset!

Deschutes Spring Fling

Posted: June 21, 2023 by Hellcat in Fish Reports

I was able to get the crew together for another spring Deschutes trip this year! Initially, the trip was supposed to be to the John day river but high water pushed us elsewhere. Needless to say, water was high there as well. I would end up, snapping in or and getting some of the worst poison oak I’ve ever had. All of that being said, I am still so grateful for these friends, and here’s some videos and pictures from our trip.

Somewhere in Western Wyoming

Posted: March 15, 2023 by Hellcat in Fish Reports

We always love returning to the family cabin in Wyoming. Although the area is no longer “undiscovered” it remains pretty uncrowded. There is always the chance of a really good sized trout when hitting one of the local streams. Here are a few shots from angling in 2022.

on our way to the river…mid September
One of our favorites
Just minding her own business
Toad on a dry
Semi toad
Another dandy
Finally a rainbow

Baja Adventure

Posted: March 12, 2023 by Hellcat in Fish Reports

Four intrepid anglers headed to Baja to fish mangroves andl blue water on the Pacific side. Here are some of the highlights.

Mangroves forever
Barrier dunes

From the bay, we headed to do some offshore fishing.

Yellowfin Tuna
Striped Marlin

Yellowfin Tuna
Fish on!
All on a fly

A Run Silvers…

Posted: October 16, 2022 by Hellcat in Fish Reports

After a quick start to an early run there was a dip in the action due to low water. With the water newly on the rise look out for more photos soon!

Upper Green River, WY

Posted: September 1, 2022 by Hellcat in Fish Reports

Starting in 1984 I began to visit a very magical place passed down through generations in my family sitting in the mountains of the wind river range in Pinedale Wyoming.

This was the very first place I ever caught a trout on a fly and I will never forget that yellow humpy getting slurped off the surface igniting a lifelong passion that I still pursue to this day.

I keep this website functional for a very few people who are incredibly important to me and who share this passion for the outdoors and for angling.

One of those people is my Dad. You might know him as Sal Monid from the glory days of Triple A! He and my son and I shared some pretty special time together there this past month. Super special we have this property and access the wild outdoors we can continue to pass down to future generations in the family!

Please enjoy a few photos from this year’s trip!

John Day Float Trip

Posted: May 17, 2022 by Hellcat in Fish Reports

Hey Everyone!! Long time no talk H3llcat here!! The fellas and I just completed a four-day trip down a blown out brown river but had a blast! We got to observe a family of mountain goats for almost 36 hours in the middle of our float and got through 850+ mile trip safely and soundly!

For an amazing time labs created by my good friend Mark Murray please visit my allaroundangler Instagram to view it! if you can’t get in just shoot me a request and I will let you in to my account

Winter flyfishing

Posted: February 24, 2022 by Hellcat in Fish Reports

Each year me and the fellas get together to celebrate our love for fly fishing over on the Deschutes. I am so lucky to have such a solid core group of friends to share this trip with every winter.

Middle river wading on gravel bars
The dead drift
John ‘Prellinator’ Prell
Cold and clear

Fall fishing highlights!!

Posted: October 13, 2021 by Hellcat in Fish Reports

This season has been low water and hot fish!! Mostly lacking heavy pressure as well. We’re getting fish every other trip at least. Good times! How’s your season going? Salt or freshwater trips?

Salmon O’clock

Posted: September 11, 2021 by Hellcat in Fish Reports

What does Dame always say? YKWTII. Triple A time.