Reporting live from the great north at Little Vermilion Lake. We are half way through our trip and currently sitting outside in the cold using the wireless connection here to make a quick update. The weather has not been the greatest but we have still been putting fish in the boat. Click the image below to view the pictures and report.
UPDATE! Instead of having a part two to this article, it has been rewritten and republished as a single mega article! You can still click the image below to take you there. Enjoy!
Two best friends set off on an epic journey across Ontario. They will travel over 4,000 KM, by boat, by truck, by plane, by any means nessecary. And they will stop at nothing to complete their quest.
It took weeks of planning… Months of saving.. A mystical charm crafted in a Japanese temple.. And nearly a lifetime of practice. All to spend every waking moment, for the next week, fishing your guts out in search of nothing less than the fish of your dreams.
The day has finally come! Clive and I will be leaving today for our trip to Little Vermilion Lake, the drive will be long, the music will be loud, and the fish will be huge.
Nothing I can say will help you understand just how excited we are for this trip, and nothing will stand in our way of completing it. & With any luck we should come back with some of the most amazing video, pictures, and stories you’ve ever seen on Fishing Fury, and let’s be honest, we’re pretty bad ass when it comes to the photos.
Trust me, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
Our fishing friend Twwly over at Suicidegirls.com has just completed and new fly tying themed photo set, go take a look!
“Part wooly bugger, part egg sucking leech, this fly is guaranteed to mesmerize even the most finicky of trout.
I hope this set of me tying one on and taking some off will have you hook, line and sinker!”
When it comes to high speed photography I much prefer the predatory and projectile variety. Here we’ve got the best of both categories, in a rather insane combination I might add!
Huge tigers leaping in to pools of water to snatch bits of meat.
You can also check out the high speed photography community on Flickr.