Silly Saturday Scenery
Awful nice out there.
Hey some are saying we do not state the truth on this report. That they don’t like how we present information. that we should change the way we operate here in Craiglandia. That we should be more honest.
A simple answer for you folks. Don’t read it anymore.
Some facts about the Mo River and Headhunters Blog.
Yes there are weeds in this river. If you don’t like weeds in your river, don’t fish here. The Madison is a nice river near a nice town, Bozeman.
Some days there are more people and anglers on the river than you remember and/or it bothers you. There are some crappier rivers around here. Go fish them. No crowds or people. Simple, problem solved. I’ll give you that insight for free.
Yes, there are nymphers out there. Just because you think it is bad does not make those anglers bad people.
A fishing report is a statement about what has already happened. It does not predict the future or pretend too. It is mostly what happened to Mark, today’s author SOL, in his past couple of days fishing and guiding along with some questions to other fishing guides and anglers. Sometimes it is about what John has witnessed and fished out there on the river. If you don’t want to read what has already happened, you don’t have to. You can stop right here.
Yes, it is fishing out there. Some days it is not as good as the previous report. True man. And the report is personal. It is a report from an individual who fishes here a lot. Not occasionally. My, our, your experiences are different from each other. SOL has fished here since 1992, a lot. So when I write the report it is from my angle, my experience(s), my day, my guests, not yours. Comprende?
Some days the fish do not eat the fly well. Yes, I said it. Happy now?
And again. Some days are better than others. Some days the fish do not eat well. Some days the angler can suck, like you. Like me. It happens. And some days the fish eat well and we are all heroes. That is what seeking wild trout to eat your sometimes not perfectly presented fly will do. Some days we get lucky. You and me. And the fish eats a badly presented fly. That, is what happens out there whilst fishing bro.
Better anglers catch more fish. Those who practice casting catch more fish. Those who fish more than 3 days a year, catch more fish. Those who fish 200 days a year learn things that most recreational anglers will never learn, understand, and certainly not replicate the fishing skill sets that those who fish a ton exhibit often. Just truth man. Those who do it more, are almost always better than those who do it less. So grow up and understand that we, you, me are not all equal as anglers.
There are anglers that fish 200/- days annually and stack together decades of those numbers. Those anglers are better than most. They catch more fish. They are better at fishing than most. Some anglers fish more in one year, than some may in their entire life. And that is a reality that exists.
To become really good at fly fishing takes decades, not days.
Some days the rower sucks and you cannot get a drift at all. That happens too.
Some days the fella in back catches all the fish. The guy in back of the boat?!?!?! Think about that one!
If you do not like challenging fishing conditions like wind, sun, other anglers, rising and falling waters, Mother Nature, rising fish, snotty fish, Lock Jawed Fish, gift fish, chop, glare, non-floating dry flies, fly shops, daily pics and updates…please do not read this blog and go somewhere else.
Try staying in your own yard. Or better yet, inside your house. Then you, me, and the rest will be happier.
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(But not you haters) Stop reading this blog.
Trust Me. I’m a Fishing Guide.