Landscape & scenery photos from the Namekagon River
My dad held the canoe in place while I snapped a picture of this immature bald eagle perched in a pine over the river on an August evening. It probably caught more fish than we did.
A black bear cub stares down at me from a large pine near one of my favorite trout streams.
I don't know if I skunked this day or not. I didn't catch any trout, but, um... does this count? (He grabbed onto my Pink Squirrel nymph as it drifted along the bottom and held on for dear life with his pincers.)
This is my friend Brad
's English Setter named Penny, framed against a sunset during the short drive between landings after a float trip.
I'm in this picture casing into the riffle above one of my favorite pools. The fishing was fine, but the catching wasn't so hot. I got one strike on my carefully tied nymphs and two on my cheap foam strike indicator.
This poster shows a mink, but when I made up the poster I thought it was an otter. Now you know why I'm not a trapper. It was a pretty big mink.
A black bear cub shimmies down a tree trunk near one of my favorite trout streams.
The moon lights a bridge under the stars near midnight over a nice trout river.
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