Hack, sniffle, snort, wheeze, repeat. I came down with whatever has been going around last week and still have it. Coffee cures everything, so let's have a cup.
|before you fish you have to at least get out of the driveway|
|this one is headed in...|
The fishing will be heating up fast here, and with Daylight Savings Time returning next weekend, longer evenings will mean more opportunities to fish. I have a lot of work now but I'm going to try to get at least a day off when the fish are in thick. This is always the most exciting time of year here. I've done really well on fish this winter, usually landing at least a couple per outing, unless, that is, I go fishing with someone else. This is why I bring a camera, otherwise I'm just your typical lying fisherman.
|only slightly clearer than those sasquatch photos|
Troutrageous! patent pending) to Brianonthefly. He has lots of fantastic pictures of huge brown trout and steelhead he's been catching in upstate New York. Not only that, but he has pictures of his kids holding huge browns and steelhead he helped them catch. They really do have an amazing fishery there, a different flavor of what we have here in Michigan. Word of advice to Brian- you've ruined your kids with those big fish. You need to start them out small and work their way up, don't start them off with two foot long brown trout. Make it a gradual progression. But seriously, I'm sure his kids are hooked for life, and Brian will never lack fishing buddies of the best kind- family. Check out his site at http://brianonthefly.blogspot.com/.
Well, it's going to be a busy week- I have a full work week, posts to write, interviews to prepare for and the Expo to attend. Suffice it to say, no fishing will get done. Have a great week, hopefully I'll see some of you at the show. Let's get after it.