Fishing Dog with a Blog, Part II

To get the most out of your fishing dog and “good luck” charm, the key is to get your pup acclimated to the water and riding in the boat at a young age.  This will be much easier to accomplish when your pup is little and not a 80 pound two year old thrashing around the oars!

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“Powder”learning the finer points of rowing a boat…

"Mend that drift!" says Powder

“Mend that drift!” says Powder

There's nothing like nailing a big brown on a streamer while drifting Colorado's Roaring Fork!

There’s nothing like nailing a big brown on a streamer while drifting Colorado’s Roaring Fork!

Neil says, "Thumbs Up Dude!"

Neil says, “Thumbs Up Dude!”

Have a fun & safe weekend on the water!

Tight Lines,

Colorado Fly Fishing Reports

2 thoughts on “Fishing Dog with a Blog, Part II

  1. rocdoctom

    Nice dog. Everyone should have a fishing dog. I’ve got one…a yellow lab named Buddy–likes to accompany me on Clear Creek and South Boulder. I would attach some photos if it were possible.

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