Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Here's a brief video that one of our guides posted on YouTube from our guides trip. Just copy and paste the link. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YpQcSei21U0&feature=share&list=UUDHkYgi5ECkXW5-GKGBN24g
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Thursday, November 15, 2012
Cold winter weather is finally setting in here. Lots of cloudy, snowing days but the sunny days are still fishing really well. No more dry fly action at this point, its all sub-surface with nymphs or streamers. The mackinaw fishing has been pretty good in Jackson lake with the macks moving in shallow with the cold temps. Here are some pictures from our guides trip a few weeks ago. It was a great trip with tons of pictures so I'm just starting to get them sorted.
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Thursday, November 1, 2012
I've had to accept that between work and taking classes I'm not going to have nearly as much time to post reports as I once did. I do, however, have lots of good pictures to put up here in the next week or so. The fishing has been incredible and I've spent lots of quality fishing time with some good friends over the past month. These pictures are from a trip Weldon and I took up to the Henry's fork back in October. Weldon and I met up with Jeff Currier, Josh Gallivan, Granny, and our good friend from out of town, Evan Schwanfelder. Schwany and I once worked in the fly shop together and it had been many years since we'd fished together. We had great hatches and some decent streamer fishing. It was a great trip and the nights at the Trouthunter were especially memorable.
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