Water on the Road

October 6, 2012 § Leave a comment

One of the advantages of travelling all around the states is getting to see different bodies of lakes, rivers and streams.  There are stretches of highway where trout streams meander alongside, and others swiftly pass by.  Either way, it leaves me day dreaming, and usually a bit sad that I cannot get out onto the stream, even just to touch the water… Sean and I started this thing where we air false cast whenever a stream crosses our path.  Mostly for entertainment, but deep down inside the movement of casting makes it okay and fulfills a small portion of my imagination of catching a fish.



And on a side note, here is a picture of my brother with a nice sized musky he caught on the Apple River!  Way to go!



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