Let’s Go Fishing On Instagram – Episode 32

Let's Go Fishing

Welcome to the 32nd post in our Let’s Go Fishing!! Instagram photos feature series. Enjoy these select fishing photos posted on Instagram. We select photos celebrating the sport and art of fishing and getting a great catch out on the water and deliver them to you to enjoy viewing.

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Swinging again for bull trout.  Large flesh fly and heavy sink tip.  Had five large fish pulling line off of my reel, two of which were hooked and lost, and one landed after what seemed like 10 seconds of it grabbing and letting go. . Two takeaways.  1: letting them eat is hard!  After a few seconds of line coming off of the reel, I couldn't resist setting the hook.  Every time that fish was lost (though still so much fun). The one I landed kept coming back and finally turned with the fly making the hook set almost guaranteed.  Sometimes the fish sets itself on the swing, but from now on I wait 5 seconds minimum. . 2: biggger hooks for flesh flies.  Ran out of 1/0 and size 1 hooks, so used size 4 glo bug hooks.  Big mistake.  Bigger is better for these large flies.  I'm confident I would have been firmly into two more large bull trout had the hook been larger. . Side note: my glo-bug intruder lands its first fish!  Nice sucker @unkl3ben ! . . #bulltrout #fleshfly #char #pnw #fishing  #flyfishing  #catchandrelease  #trout #fishinglife  #fishingtrip #troutfishing  #fishingislife #fishingday #pugetsound  #fishingdaily #🐟 #troutbum #fishing🎣 #fishingtime  #fishingjunkie #onthewater #thetugisthedrug #fishingaddict  #fishingpicoftheday #flies #flyfish #onthefly #spey #skagit #troutporn

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