Thursday, September 22, 2016

Summer Download

Over the years, I've slowly realized that summer fishing can be disappointing compared to the Fall and Spring seasons. That is mainly due to the doldrum months of July and August that feature very hot days that increase water temperatures to the point where I simply stop fishing. When combined with very low water, the fish simply need a break and this thought process extends beyond just trout. Therefore, the large majority of this photo dump features shots from late Spring and late Summer. From stripers and carp to bass and trout, the outings were short but full of diversity. With another hot summer on the horizon, I plan on traveling a bit more to find colder water. That or write a piece of legislation to change the structure of the school year so that my vacation coincides with the best fishing opportunities. All kidding aside, enjoy the photos. 

"Big Ronnie" dropping the hammer.

Captain Tyler Nonn
Check him out in Running the Coast

Running the Coast. 1,000 miles with the Striped Bass migration. 3-part mini-series: Spring, Summer, Fall. from Howard Films on Vimeo.

Ryan Bartynski hooking up while wading deep. 

Got sulphurs?

Tyler staring down a 20lb. creek pig.

A little guy...

Smallies with Eric Chernuta

Brackish bones with Matt

A local sulphur sipper

Bachelor party bass...

Wedding stripers in New Hampshire


30th Birthday Feast


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