Saturday, September 26, 2009
Its true some people live to fish.... We call it passion. In a recent round of guide talk I heard some people complain "oh well you can do that" "you can guide on the Yellowstone one day and the upper Bitterroot the next because you arent married, don't have kids etc...... It's time to call Bullshit. I do what I do because I love it. I run midnight missions halfway across the state simply because I find nothing more satisfying than hooked jaws and wide smiles.... For me its not about money, or bragging rights it's because I can't do anything else. I live to fish and fish to live and it's just the way its supposed to be. You won't find me or any of my guides sleeping in on our days off. We will be on the water perfecting our craft, for your sake and our sanity........tight lines Brandon p.s. There are people who love the game and dedicate lives to this awesome lifestyle and those who fish for profit...........It shows in the way you spend your days off........
Saturday, September 19, 2009
Just got done fishing with a great group of guys from pittsburgh. We made the trek to the MO because we have it wired........Why leave big fish to find big fish? Its all about the quality. Pound for pound the hardest fighting rainbows on earth. We'll leave the bighorn and the green for those less fortunate;) Brandon
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
I have been guiding on the Missouri as of late. Huge fish, no crowds and happy clients. The hoppers are still going and nymphing is productive as well. We landed 27 fish wed. and every one was over 18 inches............where do we go from here? tight lines, Brandon
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
tricos hoppers beetles ants what more can i say. If you know the right places this is the best hopper year in a decade! Use your rifle in the am and break out the shotgun in the afternoon......does it get better i think not. www.fivevalleysfishing.com