The Guiding Life: Who Needs Sleep?

November 23, 2006 By: Marshall Cutchin

Let’s see. If Dallas-based fly fishing guide Ken Cole is starting his day at 4 AM and getting home at 10 PM after fishing Lower Mountain Fork River in southern Oklahoma, either he doesn’t fish every day or he gets even less sleep than we do here at MidCurrent. Ed Stoddard describes the pace for Reuters: “‘4 a.m. This is when I normally get up and pack the cooler box and check everything. I’m out of the house by 5 am.'”