On The Rim
Male deer grow and shed their antlers every year, each year increasing the size of the Antlers. When the antlers grow back, the bone is covered by a fur like material known as antler velvet, which contains amino acids, minerals, protiens, and growth factor-1. This fur stays on the antlers until late winter or early spring each year when it is shed and the deer rub it off.
This Was Taken In Late Aug At Chevlon Creek ARIZONA
Fly casting is merely a combination of action and physics. If you can understand the physics relating to fly casting, then you can have an accurate cast. First, you need to have an understanding of kinetic (moving) energy and potential (stored) energy. When many people think about fishing, they think about strength and casting heavy gear out there. All you really have to understand are the essential movements:
Now it has been awhile since I took any form of physics, but I think these tips will come in handy. I hope it helps if you are a physical thinker. Happy fishing!
Notice to all fly fishermen: Glen Canyon Dam plans to drop flows to a steady 8,000 cfs in September. This will lead to more wading and good fishing. Get up her y’all!
On a recent trip to the White Mountains with my girlfriends dad, the worst happened! I forgot my floatant. Now when you have trudged down hill to a stream and there are trout at your feet just waiting to be caught, the last thing you want to do is walk up to the truck for floatant. So in a last ditch effort, mi compadre pulled out his handy dandy chapstick.
It was a life saver for sure on those little flies. Now I wouldn’t recommend replacing your floatant with chapstick by any means. But if you are ever in a pickle don’t forget this multi-talented skin-protectant.
Up ON The Black Again
The dam Fish In The Dam Pond
Hank At Flathead Lake MT
West Fork of Back River Wt MT AZ
Back At The Ferry