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Monday, February 9, 2009

Late Season Lake Fishing

When the leaves start to fall off the trees and the first snow falls, can be a good time to get some late season fishing in the high country.  Sunny days are the best for spotting fish cruising the shore looking for some last meals before the lake ices over.  It's a tough game because very often the fish see you first.  I like to try to dress to blend with the surroundings as best possible.  When presenting a dry fly to a weary fish, you need all the advantages you can get.  

The Patagonia 09 fishing line has some great granite camo color ways.  Check out the line at:
A stealthy and observant approach can yield nice brown trout on a dry flie.  
Just one of the cool old cabins off of Hwy 88.  
Tall Juniper tree basking in the late fall sun.  
This is the mother tree.  She's the second biggest juniper tree in the world. 


El Pescador said...

Nice shots Mikey. Thanks for the plug too. One note, I can help you embed the catalog into the post if you like. Let me know.

Bernard Yin said...

The trees are hard to ignore eh? Dig this post.