I'm back from AR. Actually, I got back about two weeks ago but have been lazy about writing a post. Unfortunately, this year I didn't land anything massive, although Stone and Joe each boated some great browns. Joe landed a solid 23.5 and Stone released a big 24 inch male. Here's Stone's piggy. I don't have a picture of Joe's fish yet.
During our trip this year, Jamie and Matt asked if I could put together a little video of some of the fish we've caught with them. They also wanted to see some of the POV (point of veiw) footage we constantly talk about. In lieu of writing a long post, I'll defer to the video. I love streamers!! Enjoy!
- Missouri Trout Stalker
- Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
- I am an attorney in my early thirties with a serious fly fishing problem. I work at a large corporate law firm where things move pretty fast. In the midst of the hustle and bustle of corporate America, I try as often as possible to get away and enjoy a quiet stream. My blog attempts to detail the adventures I have both on and off the water in "My World on the Fly."
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
It's been a while since my last post simply because I have not been fishing. Lately, my world has been dominated by deer and ducks. Some great hunts, some boring hunts, but all were worth while. I learned a lot and am already looking forward to next season. I know there's still a few days left to kill a deer with my bow but I have officially switched back over to fishing mode. Tomorrow is day one of the annual trip to Arkansas. I've been at the vice for the last few weeks and finally think I'm prepared. I can't wait. Five guys, five days of fishing on two incredible rivers. No sleep tonight for me. Hopefully, I'll have some pictures to share next week.