Friday, September 12, 2014
hexfishing original and is only available at my T-Shirt shop.
Click over and check this sweet shirt out and many more designs for the trout and bass fishermen in you.
Not available in any store or swanky Orvis boutique, this shirt is an original by yours truly and I bet you will be asked where you got it by any fisherman than sees you wearing it.
Show your love of hunting rare and unique trout with this Tiger trout graphic.
Enough of the hard sell??? Buy it - don't buy it, I don't really care. I just love designing creative fishing shirts mostly for me and honestly make little if any profit off the few that I do sell. Just like my fishing my flies, I just love designing and wearing them.
Posted by Unknown at 8:12 PM
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Not much to say other than I love these little sunfish. Their colors always bring a smile even when
I'm frustrated that they took my fly before the monster bass.
The river species of these beauties, even if rather small, are as brightly colored as any I have ever come across.
- Pencil on Toned Paper
- 8in x 8in.
-Email of Facebook P.M. for purchasing cheap.
Posted by Unknown at 10:08 AM
Friday, September 5, 2014
|Blue Jay - 5x5in - ink, pencil, on toned paper.|
I also enjoy watching the great Blue Heron troll the waters of my mountain streams. They are ultimate masters in finding fish and a stocked stream I frequent is a perfect place for a few of these majestic birds to set up shop. I will tell you that having one of these massive birds dive bomb you in the middle of a back cast is not an event you will appreciate. In fact it scares the junk out of you if you are unlucky enough not to see it coming.
Posted by Unknown at 8:45 PM
Thursday, September 4, 2014
I enjoy all types of fishing as most of you know, whether it is fly fishing, spin fishing, and if the situation calls for it - even bait fishing, but as a rule I tend to enjoy casting a fly more than all the others. Tenkara fishing is just another way for me to be connected to the fly in a more direct way and for fishing small streams it is, in my opinion, the best tool in the box to catch fish. It allows ease of travel, with simplicity and a direct contact with the fly that a traditional fly rod and reel rarely can duplicate.
Just after sunrise I hooked into a number of browns that eagerly took a Killer Bug made from my wife's knitting yarn but after the heat began to hit the water I hooked into a few sunfish and even an eager river bass that had some stunningly sharp coloring.
Another added bonus I discovered was the amount of wildlife that joined me on the river. Below are just a few examples of the other colors in nature that astound me.
Posted by Unknown at 11:35 AM