We as anglers are predators... no matter if you keep your prey or practice catch and release, (Fight the Good Fight! Catch. Release. Fight Again). The one thing I've noticed is most Homo sapiens, ya' know humans, see a lot of things different. For most of us our learning process is backwards. Dude... its so plain and simple! If you want to catch more fish and become the ultimate fisherman... the ultimate predator, you have to study what controls your prey. For example... The Bass. Bass are predators... so if you want to understand them you need to study what controls them. To understand the owl you would study the mouse. To understand the tiger you would study the deer, to understand the bass you must study the crawfish, the shad, the bluegill and so on. Understand! Yet we as humans study the bass so many times with little or no consideration for the study of what controls it. So get out there. Get on the water and start studying your preys, prey! Go and do it! It's the most important thing an angler can do in order to transform into... "The Ultimate Fish Predator" And remember, we humans have eyes in the fronts of our heads. We are born predators!
New fly fishing for smallmouth video coming this spring!
"Check out the popping rod action technique they use to get the fly moving... good stuff!"
Michigan is home to many great freshwater game fish. In this DVD, Michigan guides Jon Ray and Kevin Feenstra explore some of the great waters of West Michigan for smallmouth bass. Both Jon and Kevin have a great deal of experience with these hard fighting gamefish. The complete DVD will feature tips and techniques, as well as detailed, step-by-step instructions for a handful of their favorite flies. Basics such as equipment and knots are also covered. This DVD is produced by Erik Rambo of Snap T productions. Erik is a professional videographer, known for his work in other fly fishing films. Music done by Mike Moran check out more of his work on his website.
Big Appetite Small Mouth DVD Trailer from Mangled Fly Media on Vimeo.