Vedavoo: Back Roads & Killer Bows

June 02, 2016 Michael Agneta 7 Comments

Vedavoo's Scott Hunter not only makes killer slings & packs, but he does up a tenkara video right as he runs into the Pig Farm Ink guys on a river in Wyoming.

"On one of my trips back to waters outside of my home town in Wyoming, I stopped into the Reef Fly Shop to pick up a few flies for a solo mission. I snapped the lid on my fly puck, and as I walked toward the counter Jay Johnson walked through the door. Jay, Addison Berry, and Berin Wachsmann were on their way back through from a Pig Farm Iron Fly event up in Jackson, and were planning to fish the Platte that day. It's truly amazing in this industry to see how tight-knit the community really is. We're all fisherman after all - and that morning, the man upstairs brought us together for one of the greatest days of fishing I'll ever have."

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Vedavoo  |  Pig Farm Ink

Vedavoo's Scott Hunter not only makes killer slings & packs, but he does up a tenkara video right as he runs into the Pig Farm Ink g...

7 comments:

  1. So, Scott Hunter is a Wyoming boy, too? I'm a little ashamed of the fact that I grew up and even went to college only a couple of hours from there, and I've never fished Grey Reef. Now I'm motivated. :) I doubt I'll make it to the North Platte this year, but I'm definitely looking forward to some time in Yellowstone and the Big Horn Mountains in August.

    So cool that a few guys can meet up and go do that. I'm gona have to "get social" in July.

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    1. Yeah, super cool. To say I'm jealous is an understatement.

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    2. Michael
      Unbelievable action, with what looks like dead drifting close to the surface. Was this a soft hackle pattern that got the attention? I keep saying I need to fish the Tenkara, but I'm still on the fence, but this video moves me closer to the purchase. Thanks for sharing

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    3. Not sure what specific pattern they were fishing, it was a trico pattern, which was probably a dry fly up top.

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    4. Hey Gents - The fly we were using is a size 22 Trico Spinner like this one (http://www.flytyingforum.com/uploads/img4b4402a76663f.jpg). I let the wind flutter it just above the surface then let it drop and dead drift. Most takes were within seconds - the trout were just a little camera shy when it was time to get it on film. :)

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    5. PS - To "The Fading Angler" - yessir! Where'd you go to School? I grew up in Casper, did my 4 in Laramie, and settled in Lander / Riverton before I moved to New England for school. I took those water for granted too when I was within reach... but never miss an opportunity to fish them now. Go Pokes!

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  2. Really awesome stuff right there.

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