There is something at night...that bites...
An old man in Maine once taught me that the coming of dusk is no time to relinquish the fly rod. In fact, there are fish to be caught at night as well and they are often well worth the effort. Here are a few pics from this last month's "night bite".
|A mouse hungry brown.|
Clear water rainbows
I have never met a fish that has challenged a Steele at the top of my list of beauty and power, but these are some real pretty relatives and they can pack a punch themselves.
|This buck had a hat trick + 1 of aerials before coming to net.|
|Kat strikes with a day time beauty on the dry. And yes it was raining, sandflies that is. |
*Sandflies are NZ version of blackflies, a little less nasty but often shows up droves.
Here here! Awesome repot, OO. Your game is getting good, I can tell. Keep it up and keep us posted. Your Freedom Beard is looking good. Hi to the Vanderties.
Some serious fins on those fish Clark! Glad to hear your alive.
Holy trout batman! Those are beauties
Good shit right there that is! You have no idea the nostalgia and desire to return that flares up in me while enjoying your pictures and stories...
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