Tarpon fisherman extraordinaire Chuck Veith shows his skills while fishing out of Biscayne Bay with Captain Doug Lillard at the helm recently. That’s a G. Loomis NRX fly rod and an avid fly fisherman. Perfect combination!
Bob Kren tells us this monster catfish was, to say the least, a surprise. We’re thinking anytime you hook a bad boy like this one the word “surprise” will probably come to mind. Way to go, Bob!
We have a series of three pictures here. Although we haven’t been able to verify this, the story goes that this fisherman had a 36″ northern pike on the line and as he brought the fish alongside the boat this monster pike decided it was lunch time. Then…..(see next picture)
Well then as he landed the smaller northern pike he also landed this – how do we say – “much larger” northern as well. But that’s not the end of this fantastic story……….(see next picture)
Upon getting this monster in the boat this fisherman had actually caught the new Canadian Northern Pike record at 56 inches long and an astounding 56 pounds! All of this drama supposedly took place on Kirkland Lake which is a beautiful mining town and lake in North Central Ontario. As we said, we haven’t been able to verify this story or these pictures, but whatever or wherever this happened it would sure make any fisherman’s day! Mucho thanks to Robert Rupsch for sending us these fantastic pictures.
A small fly and a drop shot produced this nice trout for Gunter Van Ginneken recently in Belgium. Safe to say the weather looks a bit chilly!
We thought we would share this photo taken at our recent open house and “G. Loomis NRX Experience” a couple of weeks ago. We had a great turn out and one customer won a new G. Loomis NRX rod and one won a new G. Loomis GL2 rod. A good time was had by one and all!
Great friend and customer Kris Effinger shows off two of his prize winning fish recently caught during the BassMaster American Bass Angler Tournament on Kentucky Lake. Kris took home a prize and a check. Bravo, Kris!
Even a cold April day can be a thing of beauty if you’re on the water, which Gunter Van Ginneken was recently in Belgium in his float tube. A great reason why we all fish!
There’s just something about being on the water at sunset that makes everything OK. Thanks to Chuck Veith for this gorgeous picture from Biscayne bay, Florida taken on a recent trip. It doesn’t get much better!
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