Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Evan Burck, Sep 29, 2011.
You folks are very poplular it seems...
There, fixed it for you (in keeping true to the original post). :rofl:
Oh, now that's funny! But I should disagree, shouldn't I?
Just because I am awesome I decided to go wandering around the Sky yesterday with a Double Hander, Single Hander, and a gear rod at the same time in a futile attempt to catch coho.
And that's why we fish together so often
As a matter of fact the fish see the awesomeness of our majesty coming from a mile or so away and high tail it right outta Dodge.... But yes we do bring a new level of awesomeness to where ever we fish.
Many years ago on a river on Vancouver island, my dad and I were fishing this run for a while. two guys in a drift boat came into the run, exchanged pleasantries and moved on. Almost imediately, I hooked a fish( 20+ lb female), and soon after my dad caught one too. Since then I've never worried about a guy drifting through the run in front of me( as long as he keeps moving). It is my belief that those fish were in the riffle or in the tailout above.
I need to fish with you guy's because that's exactly what I WANTED to do... But I was workin...
Maybe in a couple weeks we can torment chum at Chico.
Fish usually just jump right on shore when they see me coming. They know they don't stand a chance. Talk about awesomeness.....
Sounds great! I thought it's a bit early for my favorite smoking fish... (Favorite cause they're easiest to catch..)
I wanna BE that AWESOME
You are the envy of Trogdor the Burninator \m/\m/
You must also be able to sing the lyrics to obscure Scandinavian heavy metal bands with out your lady thinking you've gone off your rocker.
Hey! Don't be knockin' on Finntroll
Burninating the people, burninating the thatched roof COTTAGESSSSSSS
One cannot deny Trollhammeren
Or my Steelheading theme song by Korpiklaani
Trollhammeren was pretty frickin good stuff!
This is more of what I'd be listening to if I were from my folks motherland...
You sir get the horns \m/