A big kelt that followed my fly all the way to my feet before the strike, nice to see that plow start far far away! This fish was chilling in really shallow water, less than knee deep 👌 shot by @coazt_2_coazt
Around 48-50cm. One of the smallest one i even saw. As soon as the fog cleared the fish started biting. Tricky trout but when i broke the code they smashed the fly really hard! Good times yesterday together with @coazt_2_coazt 👌
Here’s a play on a hare’s ear. Tied on a @fireholeoutdoors jig hook. One of my habits when tying is that I like to tie a whole mess of different flies that usually takes anywhere from days to weeks to complete... the weird part is I do not put any of them into a fly box until I’ve filled up a little plastic cup you put flies in at a fly shop when shopping... I have no idea why I do it. I guess it’s just fun to sort a bunch of flies out 😅
Got a new personal best today!! 68cm #searunbrown on a gammarus! At really low water level i found this fish standing in knee deep water. As soon as i started to retreive my fly i saw a big wave behind it. Just seconds later this trout took the fly hard! Nervous and hard fight between rocks and vegetation, tangled in the leader as the fish swam around me and my friend to big for the net but with a little luck i could land it safely after 4-5 attempts to get it in the net.