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  • TALES OF THE TIDE EP.1
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🧨: link in bio -Flood Tides in the Lowcountry-
I’m pleased to announce the launch of Tides N’ Tails and drop our first episode of our adventures! We live in such an interesting and amazing place that it’s only right that our first episode is about our backyard! What makes our home so unique is that we experience abnormally large tidal swings and have a year around fishery! These large tides push water on spartina flats, where in the warmer months, many fiddler crabs will soon meet their demise. Redfish will move on to these normally dry flats, in only inches of water, and answer the dinner bell. It’s there where you’ll find tails happily breaking the surface of the water, almost waving at you as they proceed to look for that next fiddler. On a recent flood tide, I wanted to capture what a normal day chasing tails on these flats would look like. This is a short film from those days! Enjoy!

#flyfishing #redfishonfly #floodtide #lowcountry #southcarolina #sonyalpha #saltwaterflyfishing #tidesntails
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    @tidesntails

    Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

    TALES OF THE TIDE EP.1



    🧨: link in bio -Flood Tides in the Lowcountry-
    I’m pleased to announce the launch of Tides N’ Tails and drop our first episode of our adventures! We live in such an interesting and amazing place that it’s only right that our first episode is about our backyard! What makes our home so unique is that we experience abnormally large tidal swings and have a year around fishery! These large tides push water on spartina flats, where in the warmer months, many fiddler crabs will soon meet their demise. Redfish will move on to these normally dry flats, in only inches of water, and answer the dinner bell. It’s there where you’ll find tails happily breaking the surface of the water, almost waving at you as they proceed to look for that next fiddler. On a recent flood tide, I wanted to capture what a normal day chasing tails on these flats would look like. This is a short film from those days! Enjoy!

    #flyfishing #redfishonfly #floodtide #lowcountry #southcarolina #sonyalpha #saltwaterflyfishing #tidesntails

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  • As the morning fog lifted.
The morning sessh over.
We realized, we witnessed what fly fishing was like for those of the golden age, years ago.
We got into the truck. Drove back to camp for breakfast. Not a word we spoke until we sat with our coffee at the picnic table.  We sat and wondered what this evening will bring us.
#epic #flyfishing #fishbamboo #steelhead #alpenglowflyrods
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    @alpenglow_tonybellaver

    As the morning fog lifted.
    The morning sessh over.
    We realized, we witnessed what fly fishing was like for those of the golden age, years ago.
    We got into the truck. Drove back to camp for breakfast. Not a word we spoke until we sat with our coffee at the picnic table. We sat and wondered what this evening will bring us.
    #epic #flyfishing #fishbamboo #steelhead #alpenglowflyrods

  •  3  1  4 minutes ago
  • 1) recognize the currents of the water
2) division of the flat into four parts according to the priorities of attack
3) recognize the food path
4) the choice of the fly and its proper manage
5) the proper equipments

These are 5 tips you need to conquer dry fly fishing~
Yes, that’s how simple it is!! #troutfishing #Flyfishing #bambooflybox #ecofriendly
Photo by Hatham on Unsplash
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    @vincent84299608

    Pennsylvania

    1) recognize the currents of the water
    2) division of the flat into four parts according to the priorities of attack
    3) recognize the food path
    4) the choice of the fly and its proper manage
    5) the proper equipments

    These are 5 tips you need to conquer dry fly fishing~
    Yes, that’s how simple it is!! #troutfishing #Flyfishing #bambooflybox #ecofriendly
    Photo by Hatham on Unsplash

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  • I used to hate hiking and complained when any friend suggested hiking as a fun activity to do that day. Instead of finding reasons to enjoy the hike, I would make joking comments about how boring it was and “I’m just not a hiker” (I was the worst hiking friend) Looking back now, I couldn’t have been more wrong. I didn’t want to enjoy hiking, so I didn’t allow myself too. I remember listening to a podcast, I can’t recall which one now, but they were talking about shifting your mindset. If you tell yourself something enough times, you’ll start to believe it. It’s important to be open minded and even though I thought I hated hiking, I was really just out of shape and hated being out of breath, so saying to myself “I’m just not a hiker” made me justify the laziness. So I kicked my butt into gear and forced myself to go hike with an open mind... and guess what? I love hiking now.

After I let go of this negativity around hiking, I realized how incredibly rewarding a strenuous hike might be. Each switchback through the field of wildflowers or the small victory after you complete a steep section. When you finally glance up from staring at your feet and navigating the rocks ahead, you start to find the beauty in the wild that surrounds you. Plus, is there really anything better than the gorgeous cutthroat at the top? P: @_genevieve.cs_ / @stiomountain @waderods @frdmgear @postflyinc #flyfishing
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    @shyanneorvis

    Basalt, Colorado

    I used to hate hiking and complained when any friend suggested hiking as a fun activity to do that day. Instead of finding reasons to enjoy the hike, I would make joking comments about how boring it was and “I’m just not a hiker” (I was the worst hiking friend) Looking back now, I couldn’t have been more wrong. I didn’t want to enjoy hiking, so I didn’t allow myself too. I remember listening to a podcast, I can’t recall which one now, but they were talking about shifting your mindset. If you tell yourself something enough times, you’ll start to believe it. It’s important to be open minded and even though I thought I hated hiking, I was really just out of shape and hated being out of breath, so saying to myself “I’m just not a hiker” made me justify the laziness. So I kicked my butt into gear and forced myself to go hike with an open mind... and guess what? I love hiking now.

    After I let go of this negativity around hiking, I realized how incredibly rewarding a strenuous hike might be. Each switchback through the field of wildflowers or the small victory after you complete a steep section. When you finally glance up from staring at your feet and navigating the rocks ahead, you start to find the beauty in the wild that surrounds you. Plus, is there really anything better than the gorgeous cutthroat at the top? P: @_genevieve.cs_ / @stiomountain @waderods @frdmgear @postflyinc #flyfishing

  •  911  26  1 hour ago
  • Life hack: apply for jobs that you aren’t qualified for because it might just get you a job as a fly fishing guide in Estes Park, Colorado OR as a ski instructor in Winter Park this winter 🙃🤘🏼
Pc: @jrieke21
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    @jesss.mckay

    Rocky Mountain National Park

    Life hack: apply for jobs that you aren’t qualified for because it might just get you a job as a fly fishing guide in Estes Park, Colorado OR as a ski instructor in Winter Park this winter 🙃🤘🏼
    Pc: @jrieke21

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