Landscape & scenery photos from the Bois Brule River
This colorful brown was my dad's first nice trout on a dry fly. It was also the best of the day, taken with a nice cast after doing some slightly crazy wading through silt and deep water to get into position.
Here I'm looking through the sampling net for interesting nymphs, some of which ended up on this site.
This incredibly expensive estate holds most of the land on a prime upper stretch of one of the midwest's best trout streams, and it's the envy of hundreds of anglers who float by it every summer.
Some mergansers stretch and prepare to evacuate their rock as our canoe nears.
This is the smooth tailout of a large, wide flat into a very steep riffle. Fish rise here almost every evening, but it's a difficult place to fool them, with clear water and tricky currents.
Several mergansers leave their rock in a mess.
I photographed this cedar waxwing from the canoe as we passed by it.
A whitetail deer takes a cool drink on a hot August afternoon.
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