I have an amazing collection of fishing shirts
Bet Nick is sporting Tommy Bahama chinos under those Grundens.
You’re thinking about this all wrong. The 90’s were 20+ years ago at this point. As any fashionista like yourself should know, fashion trends repeat every 20 to 30 years.I'd like to see Grundens come out with a more tailored cut. Right now they look like garbage bags
The added benefit, would be that I get to fish with you! I think I still have one of the flies you gave me years ago. Up on the Stilly I think.. anyway, when I can swing it, I'll let you know.. maybe I should check my lotto tickets... then I can join you tomorrow or whenever the next available trip is!!At this point Bill, any expressed interest makes me happy. Totally with ya on the good whiskey part too.
Swimmy: FlyBill, do these Grunden's make my butt look FAT?I'd like to see Grundens come out with a more tailored cut. Right now they look like garbage bags.
Sounds awesome. Are there mountains and fresh water streams on these charter trips?
Are you going to run your own boat, Nick, or one of Coleman's?I happen to know a guy who will be running a tuna charter boat full time next year who is quite open to fly fishing
FYI I had guys onboard today who brought a fly rod. They didn't fish it much as they were too busy piling fish onboard with live bait, 52 of them but who's counting.. But they did hook and land 3 on the fly. Could have done much more if they put more time into it
In 2013, as I was cycling to work as usual, a car crossed the road in front of me to turn left and hit me head on, a 100kmh (60mph) impact (both my cycling speed and his driving speed were estimated at 30mph). Nobody survives a 60mph impact on a bicycle and I was not expected to, but I did. My main injuries were/are: 13 (thirteen) broken bones, 5 broken vertebrae (t3, t4, t5, t12, l5), 1 inch of spinal compression (all my disks are pinched), permanent brain injury, premanent spinal cord injury, permanent damage to my left lung, both inner ears broken, and many more.
To answer your question about the roughness of offshore fishing: every day, I have 2 options: 1- live the day in pain and do nothing. Or 2- live the day in more pain and do something. I choose #1 more often than I would care to admit, but I'm pushing myself toward #2 more and more because, well, it's the painfully right decision.