Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Andrew Kirkland, Mar 18, 2009.
2. Breaking cell phone
5. Creepy mountain men
That my wife is with another man or woman!!!!!!!.....just kidding
I was Fishin on Pacific Creek in Whyoming when my brother and i walked around a bend in the creek. Our view was blocked by timber and a few large trees, when we got around the corner there was two Moose. Just drinkin the water, both looked straight up at us from about 50 yards away. I told my brother just to walk backwards slowly and not to take our eyes off them, at the end of the day we had a successfull day on the river and had a pretty sweet encounter with two large animals! I would have to say my heart was pumpin pretty fast and i may of been alittle scared But falling into a fasst moving river with nothing to grab onto is probly my greatest fear while fishing, happen to my brother once but luckily i was able to run along shore and grab is hand after a little bit of a run. He was only 13 and i was 15 so makes for a good memory!
Whenever the wife lets me go out, I am fearless!
Knowing the day will come when I won't be able to fly fish anymore . . .
WINNER WINNER WINNER !!!!!
well thanks to those damn bigfoot stories i now have to refer to the thread on how to carry your sidearm while fishing a little closer... does anyone have a desert eagle they want to sell? preferably with a nifty anodized fish finish like on those abel reels?
:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
The Spanish Inquisition
(nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition)
:rofl: I was a History Major :rofl:
When I'm fishing nights and I hear something but can't see anything. But anything is better then working!!!!!!!!!!!!!
So get out there and have fun!!!!!!!
More than anything I worry about who ever I am fishing with.I try yo keep on eye on my fishing partner(s) at all time.
I would say it used to be bears, cougar bigfoot. Now I would have to say being struck by lightning during a thunderstorm. I know some of you are like WTF thats not that scary but being in the military, about seven years ago I saw my roommate get struck by lighting while training and it was bad and he didnt make it. Before that I would rarely if ever stop fishing during a tunderstorm, now I rarely continue fishing if there is much lighting.
(cue the banjos)
Just getting stranded late in the day because of vandalism or a mechanical failure with my truck.