As most have probably noticed, streamers are pretty common on this site. This week highlights the Mufasa, a pattern created by none other than Mike Schmidt. This is an excellent pattern for slightly deeper water, and it has tremendous movement in the current. I'll be tying lots of streamers at each of the fly fishing shows this year, so keep an eye open for any upcoming demos and shows!
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Thursday, October 4, 2012
It's interesting how things can consume one's life. For myself, school has been the consumer of my life as of late. As those that actually pay attention to my site have probably noticed, my posting activity has been minimal since August. Oddly enough, August marks the first month of school. At any rate, I have just enough time to post a few pictures from the last few months of fishing before my next class starts.
|I managed to do some guiding this summer too, the above pictures are of a particularly special trip. It was my first ever trip out with paying clients... One could say it was a good day.|
|Of course, I had to catch a few myself...|
|Grayling got checked off of my to-do list finally...|
|Most beautiful fish of the summer|
|My good friend Quinn with an eager mouse/gigantic caddis eating brown.|
|High country hiking and fishing were a must...|
|And of course what would pictures be without a fish of the summer. This beast of a common wins the award for big fish of the summer by far.|
So, to those that enjoy reading/viewing my site, I apologize for the lack of activity, just know that if school wasn't consuming my life, I would be posting every single day. "Like" Fins on the Fly on Facebook, and keep reading!