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Ain’t Robert grand?
Not very many could spin a yarn like him.
Could it possibly be that John Barrett took his Ford sponsorship from the Fly Fishing Masters and used it so he could go ‘Flyfishing the World’? :-/
Casting competitions rock, plain and simple. Are they for everyone? Of course not. Just as World Cup Soccer, American pro sports and bull riding aren’t for everyone. Good casting takes SKILL and does not come cheaply. Behind everyone who dares enter a casting competition a lot of sweat equity is involved.
You can have your fishing competitions.
Agreed Zach, standardize the gear for the casting but possible add an ‘unlimited’ class.
Not a hint of bias here!
😀 Beautiful pictures. Couldn’t download all for some strange reason. Nice shot in American Angler. Forget law, ::) 😀 put Lauren to work and keep up the photograpy and the fishing. You won’t make a heck of alot of money, but think of the fun you’ll have. 😀 Silver Doc
Zach, Nice board. Have you heard anything about William Joseph coming out with waders? Nice to be back in the the swing of things. I’m retiring next week and will keep myself busy, fishing, a visit to Italy in Sept. and an offer from one of the pofs at Penn State to help write a book on physics. I can now peruse the boards. Good luck on your new venture and will be ading to it now and again. Yhe Best, Silver Doc
The Smith River trip was not a multi-day float. I stayed on the “Heaven on Earth” Ranch. We fished for 2 1/2 days. Caught rainbows, browns, whitefish and the odd brook. Saw many black bear rather up close and personal (some no more than a just a few feet away). Spectacular scenery, miles from the nearest community. The float trip, I’m told is one the best ways to fish the Smith. Maybe one of these days when I retire to Montana.
For some reason I couldn’t get it to post under my normal name.
Magnificent account guys.
Glad you had a great trip, can’t wait for the article. Guy
I’ve never run into Charlie.
Thanks for the tips and directions.
Zach… There are 7 campgrounds that are 1st come 1st served. There are another 5 campgrounds that can be reserved ahead of time by calling Xanterra Parks and Resorts at 307-344-7311. Fees are $12.00 to 17.00 a night. There are also back country permits available at ranger stations. Camping there will be at designated campsites and stays vary. Info at ranger stations.
Hey Zach! I like the new design stuff– I noticed the new banner above the board… about that animal on the photoblog– i think it might be a tibetan antelope– I know I’ve seen an animal just like that one before. Ok well see you later.
Have a great time. Yellowstone (in my humble opinion) is one of God’s greatest
Hey, Is that picture on the photoblog of Jacob? Oh, and your ‘Samantha the Wicked’ entry sounds like a public service announcement for leashed pets
Yeah, that photoblog is really cool. I really like it and I look forward to reading it. I love you!
Zach. I’m down here in Florida at Ryan’s for a little vacation.
Hey Zach and Lauren! Well I didn’t think my post would be relevant anywhere else, and I didn’t want to disturb the flow of conversation on any other posts, so I’ll post here. This is the first time I’ve gotten around to looking at your site, Zach, so sorry about that. Well, it’s AMAZING!! I love it! Well, Mom’s calling for dinner, but I miss you and I look forward to seeing you both this weekend back at home. I love you both, and you should email me more often! See you soon. 😀
P.S. This is, by the way, your sister/ sister-in-law