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Thursday, November 30, 2017
It wasn't just location scouting and hiking last week, I did actually catch some fish,too. I caught this chubby little rainbow in a fast moving slough carved out of solid rock.
Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Just a cool bit of moss hanging out on an interesting chunk of rock. I don't know my mosses, can anyone identify?
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Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Is there a better meal than pulled pork BBQ out of a paper box on a truck tailgate while studying a topo map?
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Saturday, November 25, 2017
When it comes to flyfishing solo, I tend to be very risk averse. I've found lots of very productive looking holes on this trip, but I won't risk my neck to get at them. As much as we all love wild trout, they aren't worth it. Stay safe out there!
Friday, November 24, 2017
Always a welcome sign! But, there were so many people in the woods today it didn't feel much like a wilderness!!
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Thursday, November 16, 2017
Throwing it back to catching little North Georgia native Brook Trout last month as I prepare to head out after them again next week!!
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Sunday, November 12, 2017
We feel incredibly fortunate to have spotted two Crested Caracara driving through the orange groves and cattle farms on our way home from the tractor show last night!! Their numbers have greatly declined since the 1960s due to habitat loss, but, thanks to state and federal Fish and Wildlife departments, their numbers are improving. They are striking looking raptors, we're so glad we got to see them!!! This is a royalty free stock photo, I couldn't get a picture myself.
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Tuesday, November 07, 2017
Starting to get things together for a trip to North Carolina. Looking forward to fishing the NC Fly Fishing Trail!
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Saturday, November 04, 2017
We took a ride down to Titusville this morning so we could check out Flounder Creek Outfitters! The owner, Nick (great name!) wasn't in, but I got to visit with his mom for a bit. A great shop that carries in-house tied flies, more tying materials than you could shake a hook at and a wealth of local knowledge! Check them out if you're in the area!!
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What's the secret to tiny trout on ultralight gear in skinny streams? Leave no riffle unfished!
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