Materials for all of the things I wanted to work on. Lots of fly tying materials and the things I needed to make the lanyards and finish them off. Also I was able to buy the lines I needed for my Spey rod and reel. I'm still working on most of the things at least parts of them. hoping I 'll have them to use when I get to fish.
This should be a great thread!
My tent (REI Halfdome 2+) with two, side-by-side,Thermarest Expedition mattresses.
I did a fair amount of camping/fishing trips this year and these have improved my disposition immeasurably. :thumb:
And these water proof and warm protective pants with integrated footwear and designed for kids fly rods with a lower handle to ease the intro to fly fishing. View attachment 37482
Quite a few outings on that boat and the water with great friends, but the Yakima trip with the whole family and the friends we shared that great weekend with was the best trip, despite several really awesome trips, this year.
Used water master kodiak (thanks to Commander Scoones for the pick and delivery and to Freestone for the outrageous find!)
Fishpond Flint Hills Vest...this was a gift for father's day. Best vest for carrying only what you need that I've ever tried.
OR and WA fishing license, shuttle service for 4 days of fishing, my son his first fly tying kit and a new furnace 95% efficient. Watched my firends pontoon boat drift down the dechutes without him.......priceless. We were down stream and stopped it for him.
A close second is the 2007 Chevy Silverado that I bought off my ex-fiance's dad. The truck was in Texas and I got to drive over Hoover Dam, through the Mojave Desert, and visit Yosemite NP. Yosemite Falls alone, was worth the trip