Tales of hunting any fish willing to eat some feathers tied on a hook.
Been waiting all year to see the rest of those pics! Beautiful specimens! I'm planning on going up there again this spring. Even if you guys end up going up there to fish instead of collect, maybe we could plan on going on the same weekend or something. Let me know.
I'd certainly like too, although we would probably go in late June again. I wouldn't mind doing a bit more collecting up there either, maybe in a different spot. I put a few of these on mindat too, btw.
Yep, saw them there too. I agree, Moat Mountain is collected WAY too often. I know for sure how to find Blue Mt. this time (how we ended up 2 miles off target is still beyond me!) I'll be sure to bring my fly rod along, just in case.
Sounds as if you two guys are still enjoying two of the interests you began to share as young teens. All best wishes for a long and enduring friendship, even across state lines ! - R's Gram
I certainly hope so, there are a precious few people I'm willing to go traipsing through the back country with, and Mathew, Dalton, and my dad are on the top of that list.
NH is a great wild and wonderful place. I'm sure you are all looking forward to those warm days in June. Great photos to tell a good story. Thank you.Fish on...
I will look forward to them when the rivers freeze over and I get tired of soaking bait through a hole in the lake.
That was a great trip. I'm certainly looking forward to the next one.