Photos From The Field

Last Sunday I found myself back in Philadelphia-area for the day... which certainly makes for a good excuse to toss a few photos into a quick post to document the goings on. Plus, my rental car was a sweet little red Kia Soul. I kinda liked it...









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  1. Apparently not a business trip with all that water.

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    1. Strategically planned day before the business.

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    1. Never. Even when it's only ankle deep in most places.

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  3. Sign of a professional always having T-rod at the ready. Nice looking river and that meal looks very tasty.

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    1. That's the beauty of those rods. Can take them pretty much anywhere to sneak in a little time fishing.

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  4. Is that your car? I love it.

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    1. It's not. It was just a rental. It was kinda fun to drive though.
      Not much room inside for anyone who wants to sit in the back seat, but if it was just for me...

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  5. Okay, I hate to admit it but I just love the water there. (The car, not so much.)

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    1. The car is definitely an acquired taste.
      Think you'll be up to wet a line come September? I'm headed out to Colorado again - I'll get another cool rental car while I'm there.

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    2. September is getting pretty full. I've got a friend coming out from Oregon and I'm going to Ohio. Let me know when!

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  6. Good to see that you found your favorite things back home away from home again. Greasy hamburgers... mmmmm

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  7. The look of melted cheese around a beef patty will always catch my eye. Enjoyed the photographs. That water looks fantastic for Tenkara or a 0 - 3 wt rod.

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    1. That water is perfect for both. Pre-tenkara, the 3-weight was my weapon of choice.

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