Tyler Sharp is a modern day adventurer. Based out of Dallas, Texas, Tyler has been all over the world. He has stories for days. Enjoy our Q & A with him.
Pro tip: The photos on these adventure elopements really turn out stellar and tend to be one of the more important aspects because they’re the only ones telling the story. Be sure to give your photographer plenty of time to document it for you. You’ll appreciate the hell out of what they’re able to give you with enough time and they’ll love you for it. Also, bring beer/whiskey. Just trust me on that.
“The first time I experienced such fishing was on the Henry’s Fork in Last Chance, ID. I was both enamored by and frustrated with these seemingly impossible-to-catch fish that would slowly move upstream in small pods. No matter what fly I chose, they never showed even a slight interest.”
An appreciation for the outdoors and respect for nature are an essential part of any child’s heritage whether you live in the city, suburbs, or the country.
To be fair, I’d never really put too much thought into catch and release. It’s something that I’ve been taught to do, just another aspect of the sport that I love. With rare exception, I’ve always assumed that my released fish live on to fight another day and I sleep easy knowing that I’m doing my part for the conservation of the species.