Pictures of Fishermen (and Women), Page 14
Hare are the obligatory pictures of me and people I've fished with, fishing and holding fish. Fly casting makes for really nice pictures if the camera's set up just right. And nothing beats a candid "dropping a fish" moment.
Lena fishes a brookie hole.
Unsuccessfully trying to find a brookie. Maybe it would help if I was looking at the fly.
I kneel on a rock trying to catch brookies in a waterfall pool.
My dad holds up the largest trout he's caught so far on a fly, a 20-inch brown. It flipped out of his hand a moment later, making for a much more amusing picture
First fish on my new Sage -- native Yellowstone cutthroat
Date AddedJul 17, 2019
CameraCanon EOS 7D Mark II
My dad attempts to pose with a 20-inch brown trout he just caught. We took a "good" picture
first, but I think this one is much better!
This 26.5" hen steelhead was my biggest trout ever at the time.
Here I am soaking wet holding up a hard-earned 17 inch brown trout. An hour or so before I caught her, I attempted a treacherous crossing over loose gravel, and the river was running high. I found myself treadmilling on my tiptoes to maintain my footing as the gravel slipped beneath me, and I was swept off downstream and swam to shore with a few gallons of 55 degree water in my waders. Being me, I kept fishing.