Well, we weren't fishing for gar but when you see one of this size you can't help but try. Shannon put the fly on the money. He got lucky, the fly caught the gar in the corner of the jaw because a gar's mouth is nothing but bone. I have hooked a few over the [...]
No power, tree on my boat, and a straight week of 100 degree weather I'm glad the week of July 4th is gone. Last week I spent countless hours sweating, pulling brush, repairing my boat, and packing to move into the home my wife and I purchased. So when Sunday the 8th got here I [...]
With summer rapidly approaching the smallmouth bass action is starting to heat up. This 19 inch smallie was very eager to eat our popper moving several feet and from a depth of three feet to inhale the fly. There isn't much better in freshwater than watching a big smallie eat on the surface.
The musky is often referred to as "the fish of 10,000 casts" but a guided trip with Matt will improve your odds. They're present in the New, James, and Shenandoah Rivers in Virginia. Muskies are solitary fish that use aggressive ambush strategies to feed. It's certain you'll never forget the first one you land with a [...]
No monsters today on the Jackson but a great day throwing dry and droppers.
Tuff day striper fishing today had a few on but they won we did get this nice walleye to the boat.
The best striper fishing occurs each Spring (April, May) when they move from the ocean and reservoirs to spawn in the freshwater reaches of tidal and non tidal rivers. Landlocked stripers migrate up tributary rivers of larger reservoirs to spawn. Five to 10 lb. fish are common with 10 to 20 lb. fish landed each [...]