PIG HUNTIN




Yesterday a few friends and myself did a float on the bighole. We weren't looking for any numbers by any means, we wanted that leviathan sitting at the bottom of the river eating 14 inch rainbows and killing anything else that dares swim in his zone. We didn't catch that guy...but had a productive day with our scary flies. It is hard to target a fish on a freestone that eats a 14 inch rainbow every few days, has ample places to kick it undetected and will more than likely kick your ass when you do hook that dude. Luckily there were a few aggressive browns and a few rainbows who didnt let anyone down yesterday by throwing down a munch on our big uglies.

On an even more awesome note, one of our buddies sheila, caught her first montana brown trout yesterday. She was pumped and it was awesome, but then I went to take a picture of her and the batteries died, it sucked. Some memories are just better off in your own mind I guess.

All in all though it was an awesome day, we had to battle weather all day, and a long drive. But when your rolling back home at 230 in the morning after fishing all day and actually ripped lip, its all good!

cheers and tight lines!

Sunday, May 2, 2010 at 12:07 PM

2 Comments to "PIG HUNTIN"

Ah yeah! Tossing depth charges at parked subs is my all-time favorite past-time. Every once in a while I do manage to nail one...and you're right: they kick your ass.

Always a bonus when you stick some collateral - those are some sweet fish ya'll were landing!

thanks man, it was an awesome time, be boated quite a bit of fish other than those ones, the two pics there were within the first 5 or 6 minutes and it just kept rollin all day haha.

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