Tuesday, January 06, 2009

New Boots and One Stinking Trout

7 comments:

Fishing Jones said...

One is better than none. None is better than not fishing at all.

Murdock said...

I am with you. Jeff caught the one that day and all I did was hold the camera...but it still beat sitting in my office overlooking the graveyard...

Fising Jones said...

That's depressing. But there's an adult assisted living home near where I live that overlooks a cemetery. I think if you lived there, the daily reminder would be trump just about all other depressing things.

Capt Gordon said...

Can't believe he bothered to use the net.

Tar Heel Fly Fishing said...

Great video guys...If you don't mind me asking, what stream was this?

Murdock said...

Capt.G - Thats a giant native speckled brookie (in no way is that a stocked rainbow from a DH river...yeah thats the ticket) We use a giant net and state of theart special lens effects to make the trout appear smaller.

Tarheel its the DH section of South Mountains State Park near Morganton, NC (I think the river is called Jacobs fork)

Pete - Remind me to tell you about the time I lived beside the funeral home. The truck from the Batesville Coffin Company used to clip hit the cable and jerk my TV off the entertainment center. I also learned not to look out the window late at night when I heard a noise.

Tar Heel Fly Fishing said...

Yup, I was thinking it was the Jacob Fork...pretty stream lots of trout...not very big but they make up for numbers.