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Glenn Hall Guide Service now open for business!

That is right! Glenn is now a licensed guide. After many Emails and request for trips, Glenn finally broke down and got it. Salmon, Steelhead, Trout, and Bass are the main focus. Winter Steelhead on the North and South Umpqua. Smallmouth on the Main Umpqua. Trout in the high lakes. Glenn also plans to take it on the road. Glenn has the Wilson River Lodge on the upper Wilson River to guide out of by special request only. Trips with Hawg Quest guides and Glenn as a guest are also possible by request.

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45+ years of fishing experience, 25 years of experience on the Umpqua, and 11 years experience as the NW leading fishing show host.

Glenn is only part time so you better book today!

Making a show with us is also a possibility!

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Hunting 2014




Hunting for myself started out with some Timber Chickens.

Notice the one in the center is a Blue.



It was good to be back in the woods.


Got a chance to take my youngest boy Brandon seen here shooting the Ten-Twenty two.


On the way up to Elk Camp I ran into a old friend that just dragged out a Bear.

Way to go J-Bird!


Shane I were the first two to arrive in Camp.

We were lucky enough to get the tarp up before the rain hit.


Ribeye and Rice made it all good!


Brother in laws were next to show.

This picture was taken the day before the start of our hunt.


It may not look like it but we had a sweet camp.

The green tarp was to protect the kitchen area.

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This is a few days into the hunt.

Poor Shane was plain tuckered out.

Tiny in the background. He came up with his boy Matt.Sorry no pictures of Matt


Deep n the brush taking a rest with Bro Steve Warner behind me.

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Shane and the other bro Jason Misner.


I brought the Clack up in hopes of taking some time and fish.

But no Elk so I hunted the whole time and didn’t fish but helped haul some gear and made things much easier for me.

Back home we had a coupe of weeks left of deer season.



Jason got this awesome 4 point Blacktail out on the folks place.

IMG_3432IMG_3400IMG_3409Don Howard got this Big Buck just out of Roseburg.

It was in full rut and looking for Does in all the wrong places.


Here is my Buck for 2014. Got it on the same place Jason did just on a different part of property.

Winter Steelhead and Friends 2014


Winter Steelhead started late for us due to Trade shows and Flu bugs but we finally got out in March. This Buck came off the North Umpqua and fell to a yarn ball and row.


Shane hooked this one on a double beaded jig.




We did some bank fishing too.


We spent a couple days up at the River Vista Vacation Homes up the North Umpqua. The fishing was fair to moderate. Nobody around and we had the river mostly to ourselves. River Vista is Hawg Quests home away from home…..


Not a lot of Hatchery fish on the North Umpqua Winter run so they all go back. I did manage a fin clip fish. The only fish I have tagged this year so far.


Don Howard cooking Elk Steaks on the rivers edge.


These days I like to take a jig rod along when we go side drifting. There are a lot of fishing spots that jigs fish great when drift fishing doesn’t work so well.


This big hen fell to a yarn ball. To be honest Shane caught this fish and I held it up so to get it back in the H2O as fast as we could. I felt this hen went in the high teens. The picture doesn’t do it justice.


Here is Shane with another nice fish that fell to the yarn.

Steelhead Fever!


After a long Summer and long into Fall I’m ready for some Winter Steelhead!

This one fell to a jig last year.


This one, I saw a piece of water I liked so I pulled the clack to the bank and walked up to find this nice late season Head. I pass up a lot of good looking spots because the boat can’t get to it or it’s not in the main drift. Getting out and walking to it can pay off. Having a Clackacraft does helps me get to spots Metal boats just can’t get me too.

Slammin day on the Slammer


Calvin and Rett with the big king of the day.


Nick Amato with a nice Silver


Drew having a great day on the water. Drew and his Dad Martin got the first fish of the day.


Taj’s Brother Kerr, His mom behind Kerr, Taj in the background,and Rett’s little Girl Kylee.  Not sure how to spell it so sorry…lol


Calvin Getting crazy! Glenn, Calvin, and Gregg Morris


The Skipper at the helm.


A fine catch.


Zane, Calvin, Nick Amato, Kenny in the white HQ shirt, and Gregg Morris in the far background


Chocolate Snowman and the Hawgkiller


Bob Spar


Glenn, Drew, and Martin…Bob Spar and Bob Carr in the background.





Hawgili gets into Washington Tuna


Dave Hawkeli with a nice Washington Albacore caught out of Westport in Early September.. “We were on a tuna ball for four hours solid, all on live bait!” Dave Hawgili,,,,,,,


Dave and the boys


Dave,  Grey Kindrick, John Allen, Mike White


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Mike White


Hawg Quest joins the Tyee Club


Taj enjoying a evening fish in the Tyee Pool at the mouth of the Campbell River BC.


Glenn and Dwayne Mustard Fish Master of OBMG’s Painters Lodge rowing in the Tyee pool.


Other members of the Tyee Club enjoying the evening fish.

What is Tyee Fishing?

Painter’s Lodge offers traditional tyee fishing from classic rowboats in the Tyee Pools. Anglers who catch a Tyee become members of the Tyee Club of British Columbia. It is open to any anglers who want to test their skill at sport fishing. The rower will slip the boat into the currents and eddies of the pool, allowing the angler to stay focused on the action of the lure. Any change in the beat of the rod tip will signify a strike. It is then up to the angler to set the hook and battle the powerful Chinook to the boat – single-handedly. If the fish is successfully boated and weighs over 30 lbs., the catch is recorded and the angler has earned a membership in the Tyee Club.

The Birth Of The Tyee Club

Painter's Lodge Tyee salmon fishing

In 1924, three men were socializing in the local hotel. They decided that the Tyee salmon was just as great as the California Tuna and therefore deserved a club to celebrate, honour and protect the legendary species. The Tyee Club was officially created in 1925 with the formation of a set of rules. It has evolved to include the following objectives:

  • fostering the interest in Canada’s Chinook salmon,
  • emphasizing the ideals of sportsmanship, and
  • standardizing fishing tackle, encouraging young people into the craft of guiding and good sportsmanship.

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Great day at Buoy Ten

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What a day with Reel Time fishing and guide Toby Wyatt out at Buoy Ten August 20th. The bite good to red hot at times and if not for barbless hooks we would have had a box full. We did manage a few bright Kings and I kept a nice Coho.

Bonner Daniels gets the Chrome!


Bonner Daniels and Calvin Sampson with a pair of Skykomish Kings.

Yes that is a rescue truck in the background.

A driftboat sank with three guys in it.

Everyone is OK and safe but a little cold and wet for their trouble.

Success in Sitka


Best bite we have ever seen for Kings while Mooching herring. Only allowed one king per year for non-res. So as it always happens we get the biggest king after we tagged out. It was in the 40lb club. You’ll have to wait and see it when the show comes out. Between four of us we brought home 400 lbs of fresh fish!.   Thanks Reel Class Charters