Got out in my Flycraft to do a solo smallmouth float down a river in Wisconsin. It was a beautiful day, and it was the first time in a long time I was able to get out on the water to just do some fishing, and it was awesome!
|The CARF Flycraft ready to float.|
|Morning coffee on the river, taking in the sights and sounds.|
The smallies seem to eat literally everything I tossed their way…clousers, other various streamers, and I even brought my spinning rod and tossed some paddle tail plastic baits. All of my offerings were crushed!
|One of the many smallmouth I hooked up with.|
Of course I lost track of time out there, and was late getting back for dinner. I think we’ve all done that once or twice…or 100 times.
Links to gear used/seen in post
6 Replies to “Smallmouth Bass Float”
Neat boat, and those river smallies are tough guys. Fun stuff!
Just listened to the Remote No Pressure Fly Fishing Podcast featuring you. Glad to see you're still fishing and posting.
Thank you, Al! I love those Midwest smallies, and I especially love floating in my raft, too! Thanks, for stopping by!
Hey Kevin! Yep, that was a fun episode! I've been interviewed on a few podcasts. Still getting after it, and just starting to revive the blog to keep it alive. Great to hear from you!
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