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awesome -did not realize how complicated this sport entails – keep practicing
Beautiful, Bill. For me, the fishing is incidental. I could stand in a mountain stream and do nothing else for hours. Although it would probably be better if I sat somewhere so I didn't fall on my ass. So glad you're doing this stuff, Pal, and groovin' on what's going on around there. Connect, Brother.
This was the best one yet! I'm thinkin like a trout! Can't wait till trout fishing #2!!
That was really cool. Being a city kid mostly, never did a lot of fishing. But that looks like fishing I could get into. It is more than just dropping a line and waiting, there is (like you said) more of an art to it. Great video, can't wait for the next one.
This was really interesting and engaging, Bill. I've enjoyed all of your videos; noticed this time that the path to learning and success was more a matter of your inner focus and the discipline of small movements and adjustments rather than the 'whole body' challenges of previous episodes, and I wonder how that difference feels for you? (I applaud you for ALL you have shared so far, btw.) Beautiful camera work, wonderful choice of your guide Jack Bruner, and your own honest commentary throughout — a winner!
May I suggest a Canadian fishing trip with Fritz and Grumpy. Great video.
Theo here, Rooney. Nice work. Tom told me about this. Will look for your other videos.
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