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Latest Trailer VLOG is LIVE!

Latest Trailer VLOG is LIVE!

  Today the 2nd video of the trailer vlog series is on YouTube. This video is one of my favorites of the series because it involves the demolition of the trailer to start the remodeling process. Stay tuned tomorrow for the 3rd video's release! The 3rd video involves Brookie's 1st fishing trip. Thanks for watching -Bridget Fabel

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New YouTube Video! The first of the Trailer VLOG series.

New YouTube Video! The first of the Trailer VLOG series.

The Trailer Vlog series is finally LIVE! Watch the first video of the series as I take my trailer home to start the remodel process, and also catch some MONSTER rainbow trout on the fly!Thanks for watching and please subscribe! The next trailer VLOG will be released tomorrow!

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Summer Trout Fishing Secrets

Summer Trout Fishing Secrets

Mid summer can be one of the toughest times to fish. If you fish lots of high alpine lakes and streams like I do, the weather is hot and many times the fish can seem to be inactive. Over the years I've figured out some strategies and techniques that I'm going to share with you here. Time of Day This time of year (July) time of day becomes more important than any other month. When the weather is extremely hot the fish will feed most during the first and last hours of daylight. I like to get in position at...

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My Personal Best Tiger Trout

My Personal Best Tiger Trout

24 inch tiger shown with the "teal" Fly Line Bracelet On what seemed to be an average April Day I caught the Tiger Trout of my dreams. I’ve been very fortunate over the years to catch many good sized tigers, but never any of this caliber. I do not measure or weigh my fish but to put into perspective how large this guy was, he was over 2 feet long easily and 4-6 pounds in weight would be my guess, 5 would be a good happy medium. Pictures do not do him justice but he had good girth and extremely awesome...

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Peackock Bass Fishing December 2016

Peackock Bass Fishing December 2016

Have you watched my YouTube video from this past December's trip to Florida? I fished for peacock bass for a week straight and caught some total PIGS! Watch the video and go get your hands on some peacock bass.. The way they fight on the fly is like nothing else, I guarantee it. Peacock Bass are not native to Florida but were introduced in recent years to control the Ciclid and Tilapia populations in Southern Florida Canals. The Peacock Bass population has EXPLODED and you can find these beauties in almost any body of fresh water around Miami. My largest...

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