A typical steelhead experience...

Discussion in 'Spey Clave' started by Thomas Mitchell, Aug 10, 2011.

  1. Thomas Mitchell Active Member

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    Here's how us steelhead gods get it done...

  2. Yard Sale Active Member

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    The Hood
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    Pure awesomeness!

    Last year I went 6 months not bringing my camera because the first day I forgot it I caught a fish.
  3. stewart dee Guest

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    I know the feeling!
  4. Eric Tarcha gear whore

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    Fantastic!! about sums it up Thomas. Great casting by the way, at least you can take solace in that....
  5. Thomas Mitchell Active Member

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    Dude... you didn't see the other 996 casts that I edited out to preserve what was left of my shattered ego.

    ;)
  6. Ed Call Mumbling Moderator

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    Your editing skills are supreme. Your casting skill on those you left us to watch are very impressive. You were smiling. Your commentary was right on time and I'm waiting for the sequel.
  7. Grayone Fishin' to the end, Oc.P

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    Very nicely done Thomas....
  8. yuhina Tropical member

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    Nice video! love it!
    just knowing steelhead could grap the fly in any moment makes my heart racing up! What a nice looking water!
  9. Big Tuna Member

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    agreed...what were the first few casts; they almost looked like a modified circle spey w/ a downstream anchor
  10. Thomas Mitchell Active Member

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    I think you're referring to the snake-roll. I can't double-spey to save my life but the snake-roll comes pretty easy for some reason.