Random fishing thoughts in June 2015
Joe Koffler’s RMTB Rocky Mountain Trout Boat sure makes a wonderful fishing platform in estuaries and not too rough rivers.
Rob Perkin releases a chrome wild spring chinook on a Comet.
This is one of Rob Perkin’s Chinook flies soon to be featured in yet another new book, Authentic Chinook Flies.
Matt Stephens very first springer to the fly, on the fly!
A slow day at the “Point” waiting out the bite at “slack tide.”
Stan davis on the left with his dad Gene on the right, fly fishing for kings back in the early 1980s. My friends were fly fishing for Chinook long before I ever caught on to the madness. Gene is gone now, but his memory lives on.
The fish of five thousand casts, plus or minus a few hundred.
Low tide? Where are the fish?
I fished this evening, making my requisite several thousand casts, with nary a grab in return. Still, Ill be back tomorrow, lord willing.
I hope you find entertainment, solace, and inspiration somewhere in these photographs. And I hope to see you on the water soon, just don’t think about taking my anchor point.
Jay Nicholas, June 2015
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