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Monday Morning Macro

Happy Memorial Day. I hope that everyone will take a moment away from fishing, grilling burgers, and time on the boat to just think about all of the great sacrifices that have been made for this country.

A huge FCFT thanks goes out to all of our past and current service men and women.

So have a great Memorial day. Catch big fish, eat the perfect burger, and enjoy.

We are heading out the door to go try and fool some hopefully hungry trout. Wearing thermals and rain jackets this morning sure doesn’t make it feel like summer.

-Zach

FCFT


Monday Morning MacROE

Had a big bow spit a few of these at the boat while she was in the net.

Holding eggs this late. Does anyone know if that is normal?

-Zach

FCFT


Monday Morning Snap-ro.

Dammit.

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.

Happy Monday.

-Zach

FCFT


Monday Morning Macro

Skwala Edition.

We found these guys this weekend. And more importantly, fish that were looking up to eat them. It was good to start the weekend off right with a fish on top right of the boat launch.

 

Spring has Sprung.

We are getting closer and closer to amazing things on the rivers. More photos and writing to follow as usual.

-Zach

FCFT


Monday Macro

Macro-ish. Maybe… We can call it abstract. We make the rules.

Hope you had a great weekend. FCFT did. Lots and lots of fish for the ones who went to the Mo. (Anthony caught the fish of the year) And a maiden voyage on the new-to-me raft for the ones in Missoula. Good weekend for sure.

-Zach

FCFT


Monday Morning Macro

It’s back… The Monday Morning Macro

And it’s as average as ever.

Fish photos to follow.

It’s only Monday?

-Zach

FCFT

 


Monday Photos

Still recovering from a turkey and gravy coma.

Its winter here. Not much snow in town but its a mindset I guess.

I hope everyone out in the interwebs had a good Thanksgivin’

-FCFT


Monday Morning Macro

Anthony came into town for the weekend plus a few days. Naturally we rallied and got into the mountains and rivers. Frozen lines and guides were an issue as is par for the course for late November fishing.

It was cold and snowy. But the fishing was still productive. Lots of deer and ducks. Wished I had thrown the shotgun over the shoulder.

More to come ASAP.

-FCFT

P.s.- I was just checking out Focalfish and saw this picture. Looks pretty much the same as the one above… Just a little warmer and “salty-er”.


Monday Morning Macro

Better late than never I guess.

Found this little guy floating around Sunday afternoon.

Winter is here and the snow is falling.

-FCFT


Monday Night Fisheye…

It’s a stretch.

But it’s a picture on Monday.

And some days are fisheye days.

Mizzoola Fall.

-FCFT


Monday Morning Macro

This is the “Feather” edition.

Check ’em.

Happy Mondays everyone.

-FCFT


Monday Morning Macro

Is it really Monday already?

That might have been the shortest weekend yet.

The snow is back. You be the judge if that’s a good thing or not. All the mountains around Missoula are white and fluffy now. My skiing roommates are celebrating and dancing for more. I am just going to miss the sun for the next 5 months.

Here are two photos from the weekend that turned out kind of interesting. They might be macro, they might not. In the grand scheme of size I would say they are macro.

I hope you enjoyed your weekend and are loving this cloudy, windy, and awkwardly cold Monday. I wish I was fishing…

-FCFT


Monday Macro

I don’t know if this counts as Macro or not. I’m gonna count it though.

I think its kinda cool. Not the best, but still cool.

I hope you had as great of a Monday as I did.

-FCFT


Monday Morning Macro. (On Tuesday)

Here is the second “Monday Morning Macro” photo. From now I you can look forward to this being a weekly post on FCFT. And maybe they will even be on Mondays???

-FCFT

We found a bunch of these little buggers while we were out hiking through the mountains. They are good at making fluffy look mean.