Step 1: Fill it up. Step 2: Go fishing.
Peep this quick video for tips on how to safely roll your waders for packing and transporting.
Fly fishing for musky: long hours of repetitive movements followed by brief intense action followed by jubliation or soul crushing disappointment. These fish are hard to catch but so worth the effort.
Fly fishing for tiger musky in Washington state
Fall fishing in the PNW backcountry has a lot to offer.
Getting remote and exploring streams and rivers in the mountain regions can pay off big. Recently Nick and Sam went out on a quick overnight mission to explore some new water.
Upon arriving to the area we’d be exploring we were greeted by multiple signs warning of an aggressive bear ransacking occupied campsites. “Camping not advised’ warned one of the signs. Good thing we forgot the bear spray at home.
Well in the end we survived the night without a bear attack. 🙂
Fishing turned out to be tough, but the scenery sure was easy on the eyes. This was a perfect way to step back and get grounded before the busy fall season picks up. Here are some photos from the trip.
PNW Backcountry photos
Ever lost a wading belt? Here is a quick tip to keep it securely in place when transporting your waders.
Not that you would, but you could. The fully waterproof BKCNTRY backpack is ready for all uses. #DRYFTculture
As the water warms up so does the bass fishing. Most parts of the country warm up earlier than in the PNW, but we still get some decent bass fishing weather every year.
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