Thanks for the words of encouragement and wisdom as I travel the world of academics. My classmates respect my fishing knowledge and skill and love some of the tails of fishing trips as well! Thanks again John!
I have had people comment on the use of a "BASS" boat for fly rod fishing Bluegills. I can't think of a neater way to catch them than off of the TRITON! I have had some funny looks.
The rod is a 2WT Temple Fork. I fish 2-2WT's and 2-3WT's. It is a GREAT joy to see a 9"-10" Bluegill bend those 2WT rods. I am currently trying to sell my new 3WT G-Loomis and get 2 more 2WT's. 99% of my fishing I do with my 2WT's.
"Michael, what model camera? I just got my first digital camera, a great deal on a discontinued Canon Powershot A590IS which I used to take the photo of the alligator on this site but because of a bad back, have not been able to really use it to take fishing pics. I have had serious Nikon slr equipment for many years but I am just getting into digital. You and I know that good pics are 90% photographer skill and 10% equipment but I am still curious whenever I see great results. Thanks. "
I just saw your comment now. I dont use a very good camera, just a little point and shoot olympus SW720 7.1 megapixle digital I bought 3 years ago. Most of my pics are junk, but thats the beauty of digital, i take lots of pics, pick out the few decent ones and edit them alot :D