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What's Your Fishing Passion?
Catfish, Perch, Sunfish, Largemouth Bass, Carp, Croaker, Sharks, Flounder, and Trout.
About Me
Fishing is my life. All I think about is fishing. If there was no such thing as fishing, I dont know what I would do with my life.
How passionate are you about fishing?
20-50
Me climbing a canyon. Its not really a canyon, its actually a big ditch thing in Hawaii formed by lava flow, but in the picture it looks like a huge canyon. I love the outdoors.

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The Au Sable River

I bought a book a year ago called "50 Places to Fly Fish Before You Die". The book gives you a list of the best fly fishing destinations in the world, or just some of the most beautiful destinations in the world. I thought it would be cool if by the time I die, I would have fly fished in all or most of these destinations. Since my family lives up in Michigan I thought I would pick the Au Sable River in my book. A couple months later I saw a show on the outdoors channel called "On the Rise,… Continue

Posted on July 23, 2009 at 3:48pm

Bad Luck

Today I woke up and decided I wanted go fishing. By the time I got ready it was around 10:00am and it was pretty hot outside. I orginally was planning to go fly fishing, but went fishing later. So there were alot of clouds in the sky. By the time I started fly fishing it started to pour rain. So I went home. I look in the fridge and see some left over chicken livers from fishing a few days ago. So this time the sky cleared up and im on my way to fish again. I get a hook, put the chicken liver… Continue

Posted on July 22, 2008 at 4:50pm

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At 3:00pm on October 15, 2009, James Ovelmen said…
The rainbows in the Guadelupe are pretty decent. They stock them 14-18 inches and the holdovers can get big. They look like footballs. All the guides and other people I have talked to like to use tiny nymphs and emerges, sizes 18-24. I have tried using some dry flies mostly as indicators but I have never had one come up top. They sit on the bottom in the cold water and get fat. I am from Miami, fishing I miss the fishing back there.
At 5:57am on September 8, 2009, Kenneth L. Gregory said…
well if you like those go to http://fayettecountyfishing.ning.com/ which is my network just getting started but check it out maybe sign on oh btw Im going to the lake tomorrow
At 7:13pm on August 11, 2009, Ralph King said…
Welcome aboard
At 11:10am on July 11, 2009, Daniel M. zavala said…
Try bottom fishing (whit a jig and a trail of crawdad in it)if u are in a boat follow tthe islands and points, close 2 the shore and undernith a concentration of trees, the trick is 2 find any type of cover, where bass can hide from the sun and the baitfish!!! Remember there are ambush fish, and they like 2 hide in heavy cover!!! Try 2 use lures with snag free(jigs, Texas rigs, Carolina rigs, etc) I hope that this tips help u find more bass!!!
Good luck... Let me know if that work!!!
At 11:41am on July 9, 2009, Daniel M. zavala said…
Cool pics, I see that u are mastering the fly rod at such as young edge!!!! Keep the good work, add more pics!!!
At 4:43am on June 18, 2009, Ryan Schuman said…
well if your going three weeks from now, look into using mahogonies, and march browns with hatches starting in late afternoon and spinner falls going into the night a bit. There are a million big, ugly streamers u can throw at log jams and get bit on during the day, try anything that mimics a sculpin or crayfish, and i hear that olive has been an awesome streamer color this year. As far as where to fish, the entire river is productive and your only limited by wether or not u have a boat. Cummins flats boat launch in Mio is an excellent area for huge numbers of mid-size trout, with some monster browns well over 20 inches eating these fish as well. If u want to try something new, try fishing the hex hatch at night, big browns cruch these giant mayflies in the middle of the night, also try dragging mouse patterns across the surface by logs at night for something cool. But as a precation i would either get a guide or wade scout the water during the day if you decide to fish at night.
At 10:31am on May 22, 2009, Jairme said…
Avery brother,

sick song man... Love Vanna!

Check out my group, would love to have you!

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At 7:27pm on January 19, 2009, Gary M. Lapinsky said…
Sounds Good!
Whats lol?
At 7:26pm on January 19, 2009, Gary M. Lapinsky said…
Sounds Good!
Whats lol
At 11:49am on January 19, 2009, Nick B said…
In southeast michigan you would have to fly fish out of the clinton river up in Rochester, mi. But the real fly fishing is up north. Fish the pere marqueete, the betsy river or the au Sable river. You have never seen anything like it. Steelhead, Salmon and Big brown trout are all around
 
 
 

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