I guess that in every blogs lifetime it dies at least once. Maybe 2 or 3 times. We have been absolutely silent over the past 2 months. If anyone missed us I don’t know what to say. Sorry about that.
We have been on the go since the start of the summer fishing season and haven’t been able to make time to post anything on FCFT. Fishing, Hunting, School, and Work have taken over writing time and I really haven’t liked that….
The fishing and hunting has been great. By far our most successful year yet. As for the fishing, I couldn’t have asked for a better summer and fall. We were able to see more water than we have ever seen. Caught more fish over 20 inches than the rest of my fly fishing career combined. And last but not least, met and fished with more amazing people than we could have ever imagined. We can forget the bat shit crazy trico hatch we had this year.
The hunting has pretty much been a dream season so far. We already have a freezer full of game and lots of punched tags hanging over the tying desk. The highlight being two bulls over 300 inches currently at the taxidermists. And its nowhere near over.
So we have absolutely no excuses for not posting in over a month and we are sorry about that. Is is time to get our asses in gear and keep FCFT alive. We will do our best at that.
Bucket mouth style.
Its late April and it appears that run-off is here… Here to stay? Who knows.
I just hope it doesn’t put us on the bench for 3 months.
More to come later.
It’s finally Friday. I think that’s something we can all be happy about. We haven’t been fishing near enough, so that will have to change.
These are a few glamour shots from some of the better looking subjects.
Cutt’s, Bow’s, and Browns. Love em all.
Great weather this weekend. Gonna have to find some water.
We have been on a rod breaking spree lately.
But I guess that’s just part of the game.
The lesson here: Always pack an extra rod. Always.
The entire FCFT crew hadn’t fished together in too long. So when Anthony got back from his spring break trip home we all managed to make time for a last day of spring break fishing trip.
Over the past 2 years Easter has turned out to hold some pretty fantastic fishing for FCFT and this year was no exception. I caught my largest trout in MT to date and we all caught fish that made us act like little kids in a candy store.
We hiked 7 or 8 miles up and down river, starved, and even managed to break a rod in the process. But we had a great day in a beautiful river with lots of nice fish. Couldn’t have asked for a better way to wrap up an amazing spring break of fishing.
A great fish to wrap up my best week of fishing yet.
“You don’t see him? 20 feet down between the rocks under the whitewater in that sunny spot. I can’t believe you don’t see him”
Marsh mellow peeps or trout?
They are all worth 1000 words. So I won’t say anything.
Maybe our best day yet. It will certainly be hard to beat it.
P.s.- Stan’s best catch of the day…