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Wednesday, June 30, 2010

William Joseph Wader Bag

I recently had the pleasure of signing on with William Joseph as an Ambassador for their amazing fly fishing gear.  Throughout the rest of this year I will be posting some gear reviews of each thing I try out, along with some pictures of the gear in use.

I have only had the gear in my hands for a little over a week, but I already have a strong feel for one particular item...

William Joseph Wader Bag with W20 Boots for scale.  

The Wader Bag has revolutionized my fishing experience, both home and on the water... my wife even likes it!  First off this thing is just the right size.  If you are tired from a long day, or in a hurry, there is room in the main compartment to throw EVERYTHING you have, zip it up and head home to sort it out. The handle and shoulder strap make caring it from the car to your house a breeze.

Side pocket view.

Besides the main compartment, the pockets on this thing are something you need to experience for yourself.  Four main pockets surround the bag, each containing what seems like, a million others inside... and one major compartment in the bottom for your waders. You have your choice on organization, but whatever you choose it will hold all your accessories, fly boxes, and reels!  Previously I had my stuff in three different backpacks, a small duffle, and a cardboard box, this makes life easy.  

There is no loose fabric anywhere near the zippers so major snags do not happen.  The overall construction at first glance is durable and well though out, and at closer inspection you can tell this thing is built to last.  With this bag I went from the guy who always forgets something, to the one that has everything.  

In the car...

If you are interested you can read more about the William Joseph Wader Bag here.  If you want one you can click here.  

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Fishing with the Kids 6-15-10

Brian and I headed out for the day with our kids.  Somedays the kids like to play on the creek banks with bugs and sticks and other days they want to fish!  Today was a day they wanted to fish, and that was fine with us!

Brian and Ethan prepare to release a trout.  

Brian fighting one in. 

Spinner sighting! 

Maddie casting. 

Ethan casting. 

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Evening Spinners 6-10-10

Went out with Jessie, Andy, and Jim the other evening looking for Sulphurs.  We even had a surprise visit from Brian... so it was almost a full crew! Too many other guys had the same idea though, and we ended up cramped in one small section of stream.   I opted to shoot pics more than fish, which was ok by me.  Sulphur spinners fell right before dark.


Jim and Andy.

Andy's nice brookie. 

Jim's nice brown.

Crazy Sulphur Spinner Swarm!

Fish on!  (angler unknown)

Monday, June 14, 2010

Kids and Bugs 6/2/10

Brian and I met for a few hours on the stream and brought along the young ones.  Fishing was pretty good with a sporadic sulphur hatch.  The kids had fun collecting various stream-side bugs, and releasing a fish or two.

Brian drifting.  

A story here... (mayfly wing)

Looks harmless...

Happy kid, proud dad.  

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Sulphur Hatch 5/30/10



Sulphur in the box...

Nice looking bug!


Jessie with a fish. 

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Camping Trip Day 3 5/23/10

Final day of camping... we were all pretty tired by this point.  Fishing was ok, and we even had a little sun which made for some underwater camera action!

Steel, sun, and dew.  


Going to the surface! 


Underwater brown reflection.  

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Camping Trip Day 2 5/22/10

Jessie and the annual Camp Stache...

Nice spots. 

Brian posing, Dan snapping a pic. 

Underwater release. 

Bob and his spring reflection.