Rob puts on his troutin’ hat

Mark Twain was right — the clothes make the man. We floated through a jungle of Japanese Knotweed, ate a jack spring chinook cooked over a driftwood fire, and saw some football sized sea-run cutthroat. Good summer day on the North Coast.

Tillamook Sea-run Cutthroat

Tillamook Sea-run Cutthroat

Tillamook Sea-run Cutthroat


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7 Responses to Rob puts on his troutin’ hat

  1. Jay Nicholas says:

    Ahhhh, yes. Versatility. Diversity. The joy of simply fishing. The fine cutthroat that are there, under our boats and noses, always, always. May it be so. Thanks for sharing the image of light. JN

  2. Kyle says:

    Goofy hats and all, I should’ve stayed in OR this summer and fished with you guys. Biking’s cool and all, but this day looks like it was amazing. Hope you guys are doing well.

  3. miguel says:

    a trout sombrero in disguise, i know where that salty feather came from! what a gorgeous cutty.

  4. Capt. Nate says:

    Ol’ Robe punching the kids!

  5. Matt Siegmund says:

    Should I feel partly responsible for this trip?

  6. Rob R says:

    Poor little guys…

  7. gregH says:

    I want that hat!!

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