capt_james_beers day off
@Regranned from @capt_james_beers - Change of pace. Day off. No cast net. No waders. No clients. Just skinny water trout with @tellnotailscharters #seatrout#tampabay#guidesdayoff @pennfishing @tampafishingoutfitters @fenwickfishing @spiderwirefishing @slayerinclures @turnkeyjerke_ @simmsfishing @power.pole - #regrann
Change of pace. Day off. No cast net. No waders. No clients. Just skinny water trout with @tellnotailscharters #seatrout#tampabay#guidesdayoff @pennfishing @tampafishingoutfitters @fenwickfishing @spiderwirefishing @slayerinclures @turnkeyjerke_ @simmsfishing @power.pole
First Descent! A river never run before! To be first ever to catch unsuspecting 24-28”rainbow trout on mouse patterns! Is it still possible? Yes! To run rapids that have never been touched, not knowing what is around the next bend. Scary? YES. There is no sign of man; no fire pits, litter, trails, cigarette butts, fishing line, worm boxes, etc. Just Virgin Wilderness. Hike 600 lbs of gear through tundra and swamp a couple of miles. Hard work? YES. Worth it? ABSOLUTELY. Wanna know how? Come see my presentation titled “Remote River Adventure Travel” at Theflyfishingshow.Com. Marlborough, MA, Jan 19 & 20;
Edison, NJ, Jan 26 & 27;
Atlanta, GA, Feb 2 & 3;
Lancaster, PA, Mar 3 & 4
Want to know where it was? Sorry, Not even my wife knows. See the you tube clip, 800k views
By the way, the rafter in this video was trained by me in 3 Days to row this water with us.
There is something magical about ice climbing in the sun 🌞 and getting blasted by spindrift at the same time. Here DP is making some mystery moves in the sun while being blinded by snow!!! I just love this sport. -
Big Country and Mr. Meyer on the Northeast Ridge of Lone Pine Peak.
This was an amazing day. The three of us set out separately that morning. Tyler and Matt left the trailhead together. I arrived late having just come down from the Mountaineers Route the evening before. They expected me to still be on Whitney that day. However, I was tasked with returning clients to the trailhead. Suddenly the day was mine to do whatever I wished. I was weak and slept in. I hoped that I would be able to catch them once I was properly motivated.
I pushed up the valley and crossed the creek. I weaved through the talus as I climbed to the ridge. I heard rock fall in the adjacent drainage, and stopped to breathe and listen. As I neared the ridge proper Matt’s voice carried over the rocks. Tyler was just up slope from Matt. “Mahaney! Where did you come from?” Matt grinned a big grin and Tyler smiled and said, “I saw your helmet over the ridge there. I was like, is that Mahaney? What the fuck is he doing up here?”.
I felt like I interrupted their climb. Tyler and Matt have known each other longer than I have known either of them. I thought maybe they were using a day in the mountains to catch up and commit some time one another. But I so wanted to move over rock with my brothers that day. They welcomed me and we talked and climbed and ran and scrambled and fell down through talus and hiked and drank a beer after. This was one of the best days of 2017. Thank you, gents.
Always great to watch your peeps on the sharp end!!! 💪💪💪💪 Getting out on the ice today was glorious as usual! This sport is simply just amazingly fun. I’m so fortunate to be able to guide ice in my backyard 😊👍❄️💪🎉
Freshies down a few of the Blackcomb backcountry classics today: DOA, the rib, Spearhead and Corona. Here’s a few seconds of face shots. Great to see the local crew out in force and to finally get out for a tour with @brianfishbook and @marcus_of_the_moutains #skiing#skitouring#dpsambassador#guidesdayoff
There are some special places stay in the mountains... but @lakecrackenback is better than special! Only a short walk away is a world-class fishery and it is in great form!