Today the Elkhorn has hit good levels for fishing! I have been watching the charts for some time and finally we are at GO TIME! Get out and FISH! Here are photos from the Elkhorn from last June. The last photo shows a bald eagle that did score a big smallie that day. I saw […]
Posted by Ohio BHA Chapter | June 28, 2019 From the moment the Wisconsin Glacier receded, the Little Miami River has been a backdrop to the rise and fall of people and the ebb and flow of civilizations. The Paleoindians. The mound builders. The Shawnee and the frontiersmen. And finally, the chaco-clad canoer. It’s easy […]
The Elkhorn is not fishable yet, but we are on our way. Here are my thoughts from decades of my Elkhorn Fishing Journal. 3.31 high, but fishable. Not for customers 2.9 little high 2.79 perfect water level 2.75 perfect water level 2.6 perfect water level 2.5 good water level 2.41 scrape canoe bottom some; no […]
Thanks to Country Attic Treasures for hosting D&H at their shop in South Lebanon yesterday for a Fly Fishing Day. We enjoyed sharing our knowledge about the sport of fly fishing and in particular about what opportunities our local waters hold. We had some very promising casters on the lawn trying out their hand with […]
Country Attic Treasures will be hosting D&H this coming Saturday for a Fly Fishing Day from 9am to 3pm. We will cover the basics of fly fishing including: the gear, the cast, and where you can fish locally. Formal presentations containing all of this information will take place at 10AM, and 1PM. After the presentations, […]
Are you ready for a day on the water with Ohio BHA!! . Join the Ohio chapter of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers for the very first Bass, Trash, and BBQ Bash! This Saturday at 10am! . Help the Little Miami River, catch fish, cleanup, have fun and win prizes! . Contests, raffles and prizes for […]
Between visiting vendors in Scotland, we encountered a rugged landscape and ever changing weather. If there were blue skies, we learned to give it about an hour or two and it would be cool and raining. Definitely Barbour and sweater country. The thatched cottage in the photo is a crofters cottage. These hardy folks built […]
As we were traveling through Scotland visiting vendors, we stopped off to visit an estate that offers fly fishing on the River Tweed and pheasant and grouse shooting. It was very interesting to learn about an estate that is very active today and the home is still occupied by the Duke and his family (a […]
The next vendor we visited was north of Barbour in the Scottish border country. This is a lush green land that sometimes looked similar to Kentucky with big rolling hills and livestock and rock walls everywhere. We have had this small company make lambswool sweaters for D&H for years. It was an eye opening experience […]
The first vendor visit of our trip was with Barbour in South Shields, England. D&H has been selling Barbour gear for twenty five years and it was great to finally get to the factory. The amount of hard work that goes into each jacket will make me appreciate my thirty-two year old jacket every time […]
I am traveling through Scotland and northeastern England to visit five vendors that D&H works with (or hopes to soon be working with). This trip is all about bringing the best gear from the rugged northern reaches of Britain to our Cincinnati shop. A big bonus is all of the Land Rover Series sightings. Scotland […]
D&H has added two colors to our offerings of the best selling Sperry Gold Cup ASV shoe. Gold Cup series premium leather uppers are sewn by hand and are lined with ultra-soft lambskin leather (great for bare-footing!). Anti-Shock Technology reduces effects of shock up to 30%.
This is the Simms Stone Cold shirt. The fabric provides up to 30% lower surface temperature when wet. It has a UPF rating of 30 and outstanding wicking performance for important moisture management. Stop in the shop and pick one up for your next outdoor adventure! We are open till 8 this evening.