Wednesday, October 31, 2012

A Little Sumpin' fromt he DSR?

The pin part not so much, but nice production fellas.

Precious Chrome from The Marble Trout on Vimeo.

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Friday Bacon!

Hours Early!
A fine couples ensemble for the totally addicted twosome.  She looks good enough to eat and him, well, not my brand.
Hers and,

His!
Now no staggering around like a zombie sayin' "Must eat bacon, mmmm bacon."

From the Pittsburgh Post - Gazette

Cathy and Barry Beck...

http://www.post-gazette.com/stories/sports/hunting-fishing/couple-fly-fish-around-the-globe-year-round-658445/
I'm jealous!

Cast & Blast = Nice!

Fly Cast and Blast from Bay Street on Vimeo.

One for Bear...

the Sexy Tracy Moore.

The Sexy Tracy Moore Fly fishing the Big Horn with Montana Matt from Tracy Moore on Vimeo.

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Of Fly Rods and Freedom

A nice video with a kickin' sound track I just happened upon.

of fly rods and freedom. from WY Fly media on Vimeo.

Nice brown trouts too.

New from Hank Patterson, Your Fishing Guide

Just a little tiny barn door to let a piglet out, I mean a big barn door, like a hog door is what I mean.

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Double D's first salmon


This is the video...

I wanted you guys to watch last night. Particularly impressive was the marlin's laser like targeting the fisherman's friend's noggin with the wooden rack.

Northern Most Sandy

10/21/12 - A short repast on the final morning of our most recently completed foray afield.
Stew redeemed the whole adventureless adventure with this finely wrought piece of steel.
Mr. Dunn handled the assist with aplomb.
Stew poses for the obligatory "grip and grimace."
 In this semi-comical interlude, Bear successfully, and with grace, rappels down a particularly steep and muddy creek bank using an unknown fisherperson's "donated" salmon stringer. 
I do agree that this is a much improved use for the finely crafted blue rope stringer.

No fish expired, nor were unduly injured, due to the efforts of this band of Minions.


Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Southern Culture On the Fly (S.C.O.F.)

A more confederated, sunburned neck sortof a e-zine.
http://www.southerncultureonthefly.com/scof_fall2012.html

The Fly Photo

Newish interweb publishment of feeshrelated stuffs.
http://issuu.com/theflyphoto/docs/fall_news_tsimane?mode=window&viewMode=doublePage

Big Rainbow,

by Colorado Trout Devotee.

Saturday, October 13, 2012

The latest from...

the Beard. Rio advertisement extraordinaire!

Beard on RIO Products from N.S.A. on Vimeo.

I don't always fly fish, but when I do use use Rio fly lines. Stay fishy my friends.

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

New from Rising...

fly tying tools!
 Bodkin
 Dubbing Loop Twister
 Hackle Pliers
 Twister
 Bobbin Threader
Whip Finisher

Find at a local fly shop near you.

New Awesome from Strip'n Flywear

Puttin' it to the man, with a fly rod.
 Say 'what' again. Say 'what' again, I dare you, I double dare you motherf**ker, say what one more Goddamn time!
 Everybody needs a nympho, I mean nymph.
Find 'em all at:  http://www.stripnflywear.com/store.html

Monday, October 8, 2012

Breathe,

are you feelin' this one. Coming soon from RC Cone.

Breathe. from RC Cone on Vimeo.

Blue River,

I hadn't seen this one by RA Beattie, but ees goot. The strike by a 20+ incher at the dude's feet is schweet!

Sweet Release..

again by, Big Sky Trouting. This one is nearly feature length. Hit the button for full screen, pop a cold one, turn up the volume and enjoy! Solid work again fellas.

Missoula Float...

by,Big Sky Trouting. Nice video production values fellas. Looking forward to more of your goodness.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Multi-year PA Fishing License...

available starting December 1st. Pennsylvania anglers will be able to buy three- and five-year fishing licenses and trout stamps for the first time on Dec. 1.
Acting under a new law signed by the governor this summer, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission is moving forward the new multi-year licenses with the ultimate goal of stabilizing troubling agency finances.


Fisherfolk purchasing the new multi-year licenses will save on each incremental year's worth of annual transaction fees charged by issuing agents. Savings should be $3.40 per three-year fishing license, $6.80 per three-year fishing license with a three-year trout stamp, $6.80 per five-year fishing license and $13.60 per five-year fishing license with a five-year trout stamp.
Other incentives to tempt anglers to the new multi-year licenses are under development and will be cast upon the water later this year.

New from TFO,

the "Office Rod" with demonstrator extraordinaire Lefty. Gotta try me some switch casting with the yarn rod.

An interpretation of...

the Ten Commandments of Fly Fishing.

Thou shalt have no past times before fly fishing.
Thou shalt boast pridefully of thy catch.
Thou shalt exaggerate exponentially about the one thy almost catched.
Thou shalt naught sleepeth through the hatch.
Thou shalt release all that thou catcheth.
Thou shalt never relvealest thy heavenly honey hole.
Thou shalt honor and respect the one that refuseth to be caught.
Thou shalt sally forth to the river at all opportunities.
Thou shalt not coveteth thy neighbors rod nor reel.
Thou shalt give thanks to God, the creator of all things beautiful in nature, for our streams and surroundings.