"what would you do wednesday?" situation: a knee deep, 500m long flat lined with heavy willows and browns are randomly cycling all over. you move slowly, having to back off their cycle route and a few casts aren't great (like this) because of adjusting mid cast to their randomness. they're feeding but also spooking at flies landing within 15 feet and others refusing like this. we make changes and get many fish... so, how? what would you do... flies, leader, tippet, set up? 😊
A brown trout break dedicated to our friends out east in that big dump of snow today & tonight. may your power be on so you see this... & may this help remind you that you'll be seeing this in less than a month. cheers! 😊
It’s not everyday that you have a unexpected guest swim up to you in the ice house! a fellow minnesota angler, rich neumann, captured and shared this bewildering experience with us. typically muskrats are thought to be rather aggressive, but this little guy was minding his own business and was welcomed in their shack throughout their day of fishing!#tippecanoefishing#tippecanoeicefishing#staytippe
Hi y’all! i thought i’d post another photo on instagram since my first post went so well. this is a picture of my favorite lake to fish in british columbia. i can’t disclose the location or name of this lake in the fear that other anglers might want to come out and steal my bass. but one thing i can guarantee is that i can catch a nice size bass anyday of the week with your girl. #mrstealyourgirl#fishing#brithcolumbia#largemouthbass#3poundbass#fishingtrip
Nothing better. the result matters far less than the engagement. the anticipation of the approach, the hopeful cast, the "holy %#@* am i breaking my rod?" you don't get 'em all, but that's the point. 😎
an aside: the helios 3 is by far the toughest of the helios family.