NateI will take that brown anyday!!!!
Nate:I originally posted this under your driftless video, but I haven't heard back from you. I can't find a contact email on your site, so I've posted the comment again here just in case you see it.=====I caught the Driftless vid on the Mouchers site. I followed the link here and am liking what I see. I need to try out that dirty mop on our skinny water here in Ontario.Question: those canoe/kayaks you're using look to be just what I need. Who makes them and would you recommend them?You can email me at email@example.comThank you and best fishes,Alex
Hey Alex – those hybrid kayaks are from Native Watercraft. I have an Ultimate 12. A very stable craft. Light weight. Easy to jump in and out of. Yeah, I recommend them. http://nativewatercraft.com/Thanks!John
Bill, That was the nicest fish of the day. Indeed a respectable brown. It is all about expectations, I just happened to be looking for something quite large that day. But yes, I will take the fish anyday as well.Alex, sorry to have not seen your comment. Thanks for the interest. The blue yak is a native 9.5, designed for kids or lighter individuals (180 lbs max). While it isn't as stable as John's 12, it does the job for me on these smaller rivers. I can often dragg it over the bank faster than John and jump in front of him while fishing, steal the good runs, you know :)