Posted on September 27, 2010 by

Big City Fishing Airs Today on WFN

You may remember our fishing reports from Toronto Island earlier this year. We had the opportunity to fish along side Jamie Pistilli, the host of Big City Fishing, and share our knowledge of fishing in the shadow of the CN Tower. Our outing wasn’t overly successful, but we had a great time working with Jamie and his crew and hope to do so again in the future. You can now tune in to WFN and watch Jamie’s urban fishing adventures across North America, and hopefully one day get a glimpse of Jon and I in action.

Posted on August 13, 2010 by

Redneck Fishing Tournament Teaser

The perfect end to the work week. A redneck fishing tournament is probably the only tournament where drinking, mudslinging, and sinking your boat are all part of the fun!

We came, we saw, we fished, we partied, we swam, we sank, we saved the boat, and though the fun guys did not win the tournament competition, we were victorious in the trials and tribulations that come with trying to have too much fun on the river. This is just the tip of the iceberg, folks. Merely the tip. Stay tuned for the full episode soon. Thanks again to Dusty and Kenny for writing and performing the catchy fun guys song. Shot & Edited by T.A. Snyder.

Redneck Fishing Tournament via Vimeo

Posted on June 17, 2010 by

Flymage Magazine Issue 1

Yet another great online fly fishing zine has just come out, but I’m certainly not complaining. This magazine has some incredible articles and photos to see, including some absolutely gargantuan barracudas!

via Le Mouching

Posted on June 17, 2010 by

Flooding Across Europe – Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Spain

Thousands of people across Europe have been displaced by major flooding due to heavy rain. The man in the photo below was obviously quite lucky, both for catching a fish, and for not being in areas where the flood waters reached over 3 feet!

A local resident carries a fish, just caught on a flooded street, in the village of Felsohamor, Hungary, Sunday, May 16, 2010. The local River Szinva burst its banks flooding residential areas which residents tried to protect with sandbags seen at rear. (AP Photo/Bela Szandelszky)

via Boston’s Big Picture

I really love Boston’s Big Picture features, I’d also like to hope that one day I could do something like that here with Fishing Fury. But until that time, this image should serve as inspiration.

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