It had been a while since Ryan and I had teamed up but the last time we fished together a great tiger was the result. Ryan has introduced me to a few really cool places and it was time I showed him a place that I've grown quite fond of.
I can just sit there and watch Ryan fish. I'm always thinking,"What's he doing?", "Why is he doing it?". Fishing with the master and paying attention to what he does can be a great way to learn.
Ryan was so happy.
Montana. It was nice to see Mike as it had been a while. We talked for a few minutes before parting ways.
Winston and fish dry flies for a change. Many people are not aware that before I started fishing streamers I was regarded as one of the top dry fly fisherman in the world. Now that I've gotten to be pretty good at fishing streamers I am starting to mix in dries and nymphs again.
Trapper saw me catching them on the Caddis so he quickly changed patterns. What a copycat.
Back to the business at hand. Sheila is a good fishing dog but Trapper says, "Her mom was much better".
Here is a McCoy Strain Brown that I caught out of Mill Creek.
Maple Springs Campground by Forestville State Park at 6:00am. It was a nice street scene in Lanesboro at 5:30am and again I thought about paying those bills. I only have a few prints of "Lanesboro Morning" left so pic them up while you can.
The sun was already rising.Fading Angler .com. Chris is doing a good job battling Parkinson's disease while getting in as much fly fishing as he can. He was overjoyed to catch his first Driftless Brook Trout on the fly.
Redington Butterstick fiberglass fly rod.
Ontheriseoutdoors.com. Those guys sure know how to tie flies that catch fish.