Discussion in 'Photography / Video' started by Michael Thompson, Jul 8, 2009.
More MT HDR.
And some steel
The next generation..........
Here are a couple more of my PNW favorites
This is just a great threads to keep going.
What weight rod for this bruiser?
My girlfriend took this on the way home from fishing deception pass. I dont know anything about photography but I like this pik
Nice photos everyone! I've posted this pic in a different thread, but here it is again.
3wt! ha these suckers were out infront of my girlfriends house the other day they're bigg
I snaped this with a dopey little point and shoot my cell has more mega pixels.
very nice feel!
Pic was taken yesterday near Blewett Pass.
Reminds me of turkey hunting back home
My fly fishing friend Tim, from Idaho last week with him.
I got a suggestion that I personalize my messages, so here is a photo I shot in July, of a boat coming down the upper Yakima. I was up on the bike trail at the time, but I'd rather have been down in that boat. This is my first attempt to post a photo. Hope it works.
What a great thread. Found a view of Mt Hood that I hadn't seen before. I was way up on a logging road riding my dual sport.
Two pics from across the pond. This is the Aniene, about 45 miles from Rome.
Kennethinrome, nice addition to a great thread. I love the enclosed tightness of the brush cover on your little Aniene. I bet that is a tactical caster's dream. At my casting skill level I tend to struggle in tight quarters like that, but I always seek them out. I guess I'm a glutton for punishment balanced with that cozy feel of nature all around me.
Mumbles, exactly why it's my favorite trout stream! This is the C&R stretch of the river. The water is gin clear, hardly any space for overhead back casts -- most of the time I'm side casting along the stream or at a slight angle to it -- the trout are wild and canny, what else can you ask for as an angling challenge?
Like you, I like to have to sit and think out my fishing. I fish the Aniene with a Diamondback Flawless 8' 3wt, DT line and furled leader with a 4lb tippet, and the satisfaction is doubled when you finally present the fly just so and see the trout inspect AND take it.
A shot of the Salmon River in late spring.