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De’ and I were able to get some fly fishing in on the Lower Owens, just outside of Bishop, only to be met with throngs of people, bitter cold winds and an unexpected reservoir spill which nearly ruined the fishing for both of us on Saturday, but not our spirits.  Always chasing after the next adventure, we redoubled our efforts starting early in the wild trout section for a few unfruitful hours then headed up to the Upper Owens.  What a contrast!  Mild temperatures, gentle breezes, partly cloudy skies and easy wading made for a perfect closure to the trout opener weekend.  It was nearly a non-stop bite fishing upstream in the seams using a #18 gray crystal zebra midge on 5x tippet.  I caught and released 15 for the weekend.  Here are a few pics for the masses.  Enjoy!


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We closed out the end of the month with a record number of hits.

Closing April out with 3119 Hits.

We B ChillN

We B ChillN

The video is now up!

To give you some background, We capture are footage with digital cameras and since their was only two of us, it makes it hard to capture those moments when the line rips out of the water, but we do what we can.

A word about our edior. He’s an upcoming video editor that does freelance editing if you like what he did shoot him an E-mail

Enjoy what our video editor put together.

Bishop Run II

I thought I’d post some pictures of our run up to Bishop, while the video is still being cut…

For those of you that went to the Trout Opener in Bishop, you know it was cold and you probably know the current flows were fast and the water level was high.

That being said Fishing sucked on Saturday; Which was good for us as it weeded out most if not all the other Fisher-Person’s. Like I said Saturday was almost a flop, The exception was when we left the lower Owens and headed off to Pleasant Valley (where we ended our day). Sunday was a productive  day with awesome weather on the upper Owens.

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Be sure to check back for our video!

We are still preparing our pictures and video

Check Back later for the details on our run!

More to come…

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Now that you know what the term Rough Fish means, Allow me to introduce roughfisher.com. Straight out of Minnesota Jean-Paul Lipton stalks his prey.

Jean-Paul has a wealth of knowledge in stalking Rough Fish and has some great content on his site.

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