Thursday, June 9, 2011

Fishing The Vineyard Report

Roars which were once dull have become deafening. It's the kids, vociferating for a photo essay. The dude abides...

Recent outings of the Dukes County Sight Casters have been met with positive results. Pictured in this spread are Harry and Lou from the Granite State and the striped fish from the light bottom. Thought I wouldn't drop a little black and white in the mix; foolish really. Lately it seems like when the viz is there so are the fish. So I got that goin' for me, which is nice.

Sometimes when the stars line up or whatever we go out under the aviary for a frolic in the potato patch. Open water fishing can be most productive at this hour of the season, and in order to stay true to the ethos of program diversity from time to time a trip out off the flat is necessary. Pictured in this spread are Andy from Palo Alto, Bill from Jackson and the author. Kevin from Plover quips, "powder blue skiff, white shades and a 7 weight from Oregon, it's all a little much no?" Um...maybe so maybe not?