Beautiful fish guys, keep 'em coming!
Dances w trout, that bow is breathtaking!
Wowee boy!!! What some hogs!
<(((>< In tribute to Ben, Duck Hunter extraordinaire, and man's best friend.
Last year I was fortunate to bring a few nice nice 20"+ browns to hand, but yesterday (Labor Day) manage to high stick this beauty on a a green weenie in Little River... love that fly! Conditions were perfect for the big ones to be wandering about....This one was over 22"... though I find all the fish in the park a blessing, this ones up there for sure.
May you find a rise in every puddle... - WATERBORN
Nice fish Waterborn!!! That's one beautiful and healthy looking brown for sure. I was watching the streamflows wishing I was back in TN to fish...glad you were able to take advantage!
I've got a couple nice pics of rainbows and browns caught in park. How do I post the pics? They are on my desktop. Here is a link to a video you guys might enjoy of my buddy and I fishing in the park. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSMIFn1JyhU
The camera died before we landed it. I have a pic of the mounted fish and a big rainbow caught on eagle creek but need to know how to post.
When you are making a post, look for the icon (little image) above the box you are typing in. You will see a mountain with a yellow background. Click on that icon. The paste the link to your picture in the box that pops up. Easy as pie. What did those two fish in the video measure out to? Do you always keep large fish or was it just because they were trophy size?
Billy, create an account on photobucket. The you can click on the direct link tab under the pic you upload and add it here by clicking the image button and pasting the link in. If that doesn't make sense, watch this:
The two fish measured out to be 19 and 22.5. Thanks for your help.