Friday, December 28, 2007

Life is Good

Had the opportunity to fish with Norland this morning. It had been a while since we shared a drift and I was really looking forward to it. With the fair conditions and Dec 31st looming around the corner it was pretty much mandatory that we be there. I had the privilege of fishing the day prior so I wasn't putting to many expectations on this outing. I was more so looking forward to a day in the bush, company of a friend and an occasional steelie appearance. We had a few laughs and managed to persuade a few our way. Life is good indeed!


Trotsky said...

Nice fish...
Dig the new camera!
Where are my pics you POS???

Chinook7 said...

Great fish, interesting the way the colours are starting to transition, with the redness appearing in the fins. Seems as though the average size (and quality) of the fish in this system are greater than neighboring rivers, shame that we only had a few days to enjoy it.

I struggled yesterday, but I had it coming, and still enjoyed the walk.



lambton said...

I agree Joe. The fins were spectacular.
Funny how some fish just set you back and put you in a state of awe.
This fish had us both speachless.
My most impressive female of the season.

Trotsky said...

Hey...can you come over and fix my fridge?
...I acan't ever imagine you speechless you pOS

lambton said...

Norland... Publicly speechless. The voices in my head never cease to bicker.

Your fridge? Perhaps it's workings are stuffed with Hershey's kisses :0/