video: exploration to culmination

I dedicated a 7 hour day to searching my local shores for my first speckled trout. 

It took all 7 hours, but my efforts were rewarded. 

It’s funny, the fish seem so much bigger in my memory. Maybe it would be better to leave the camera at home. The video keeps my stories too honest.

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Author: D Nash

Family. Fly fishing. Music.

9 thoughts on “video: exploration to culmination”

  1. Ah…the ever present eye, eh? Those speckleds are awesome…even if a bit on the smallish side. 😉 Really though…you do on awesome job on filmography. Keep it up.

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  2. Great video , and a decent sized speck 🙂

    It's been pretty cool to follow along as you've made your journey from intimidated freshwater fisherman to saltwater angler. Told ya it was fun!

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  3. e – smallish ?!? ha. I really remembered it bigger. Adrenaline plus memory must be a magnifying glass. Thanks for the compliment.

    JM – I tell you, I'm learning quite a bit. I'm sure I'll be a green horn for a couple more years, but I do feel that I'm getting a sense of this coastal fishing madness. You are right. it is fun 🙂

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  4. thanks, sanders. You know, the funny thing is, I went out this weekend and caught a fish twice the size. it put it all in perspective. But yes, I wish I could show you the memory.

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  5. Thanks Ivan. I was trying to figure out how to make that work. it is one of those things where i could nit pick forever on some of those edits. glad you enjoyed it. I'm looking forward to your next installment as well. I always dig your tunes.

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  6. ha. thanks justin. I appreciate it. Good to hear from you. I've loved following your mousing reports and such. Be patient, the winter will be here soon enough 🙂 Glad you liked the video. The music is an important piece for me. I really like having a good song. You are welcome to stop by any time 🙂

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