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Sunday, February 28, 2010

Winter Inland: Part I 2/27/10

A warm winter day in Western NY was accompanied by high volumes of wet falling snow and a brisk wind. Bugs were out, and the fish were happy. Angler: Andy Borden.

The Winter Angler

Breaking in the new boots.

Finding the way.

A quick preview.

Gloveless drifting.

Breaking down the gear.

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Inland Trout 2/20/10

After hitting the tribs in the AM Andy and I traveled down to the inland streams to try at a few little browns. It was a beautifully sunny and warm winter day. If you have followed my work at all you know I'm a 'right out of the camera' kind of guy... I do own photoshop, and from time to time I learn a new editing technique and use it. Hope you like these...

Farm country.

Gear on the tracks.

Very young brown, sporting parr marks.

Trout eye, colors reduced.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

The End of the Skunk 2/20/10

After so many unsuccessful trips to the lake tribs I finally connected with a steelhead. It was small but beautiful. What happens after a month long string of fishless and freezing days? You take lots of pictures... Thanks to Andy Borden for a great job handling the fish.





Saturday, February 13, 2010

The Frozen Trib Report... 2/13/10

A whole lot of this today... it gets old.

Shelf ice.

Lots of shelf ice...

My fishing partner for the day.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Inland Trout 1/6/2010

Trout eye.

Net and snow.

One quick picture.

The fly of the day.

Walking the tracks back to reality.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Frozen Tribs PART II 1/30/10

The road to somewhere fishable.

Frozen Bugger.

Fishing between the slush. Angler: Jessie Hollenbeck

It's time to lose the stilts and get some new boots.

Monday, February 1, 2010

Frozen Tribs PART I 1/30/10

Long exposure revealing the icy conditions.

Abstract mallard fly by.

Flipping a mend. Angler: Jessie Hollenbeck

Changing flies in the early morning sun. Angler: Jessie Hollenbeck

Drifting a slushy run. Angler: Jessie Hollenbeck