Good friend James Roberts loves the outdoors and his daughter, not necessarily in that order. He’s about to tell us a fishing story that is a lot more than endearing. “You were standing on a rock and on your back in a backpack, it looked like there was a two-year-old. That was actually in northeastern Oregon on the Imnaha River. I used to go there for spring steelhead and fish every year. Her picture was probably four years ago so yes my daughter was two at the time. Ever since she was little, she has gone with me everywhere. When she was four months old I have pictures of her when she was up in the mountains near Loman, Idaho in elk Camp. She used to ride in the backpack everywhere I went. On that particular stretch of the river you have to hike down toward the Snake River. It is all on foot. We were probably down to just 3 miles from where the road ends. I was using a little bait casting rod. That is a phenomenal river. I have had 50 fish days there, all catch and release. You can keep five. At the end of the day we start keeping what we are going to take home. And my daughter loves it, especially when I hook one, she just goes bananas about it.