fishing

Ready for Spring

It's time to go fishing... for kokanee! ... Full story

Fool's Gold

He awoke easy, not with a start like he often did, having two older brothers.  Poking his nine-year-old nose through the split in the curtained window ... Full story

Turning Fishing Dreams Into Reality

It’s almost time to hit the water, and Matt has the tips to make sure you’re ready. ... Full story

The Phantom Fisherman

A ghostly boater in the Valley of Shadows ... Full story

Size Matters

to the Mouth of the River. At least, it does when you're fishing ... Full story

What Can You Find in Our Lake?

A round-up of fish in Lake Pend Oreille ... Full story

Get Kids Hooked on Fishing!

But out on the Game Trail, Matt warns, don't actually 'hook' 'em ... Full story

Dave's Interesting Catch

A day fishing, from the Mouth of the River ... Full story

Close Encounters on the High Lonesome - Hancock's Story

As New York bans the game Red Rover for being too dangerous, two Scotts reminisce about the fun and games of life as a youngster in and around West Yellowstone. Here is Scott Hancock's story ... Full story

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Scott Johnson

Scott Johnson

I was born a poor German child in the suburbs of Milwaukee, Wisconsin on a cold April eve in 1958, on the heels of the greatest event in the history of the state: the hiring of Vincent T. Lombardi to the Green Bay Packers. Hence began my love affair with the game of football and my team in green and gold. Due to my father’s (100%) disability with MS, we moved to sunny San Diego, CA in the summer of 1968 to escape the bitter cold of those Wisconsin winters and its negative effect on my Dad's disease. While in San Diego I found not only my love for beautiful beaches and beautiful girls, but also for the stage. From junior high through college at San Diego State University, I was performing and directing in three to five theatrical productions per year. Between theatre and football I managed to squeeze in distance running as an avocation, competing in numerous 10k races, half marathons and finally the San Diego Marathon. Realizing that the chances of becoming a fabulously rich and famous actor were few and far between, I decided on an advertising career in the newspaper business as my vocation. I began at a weekly publication, then a daily, then the #1 monthly senior publication in the country, Senior World Newsmagazine, where I became their Regional Sales Manager. Looking for a “quality of life” change for our family, my wife I found Sandpoint, Idaho in 1993 and moved here with our son in 1994. I worked for the Daily Bee and then in the car business before finding my niche as Director of Sales and Advertising for Keokee Creative Group in 2001, where I remain today. In the Fall of 2006, Trish found my knowledge of sport, my gift of gab and my theatrical spin on life in the sporting world a match for the River Journal, and I’ve been writing my sports column ever since. Still waiting for that call from Sports Illustrated, though. Of course now that Ric Reilly has retired, maybe there’s a chance…