Jeremy and Joshua Hoff’s Excellent Adventure by Len Harris

Jeremy and Joshua Hoff’s Excellent Adventure Len, Thank you for the stream recommendation, Len! I love the layout of this stream. Fished it from 3pm until 6:30pm.  My brother threw panther 9s and I threw 6s.      Nice pools and undercut banks. Put roughly 60 to hand, including a 19″ brown, two 17 1/2″ browns, and a 22″ brooder bow. Another twenty or so fish were in that 14″-16″ range.      I had a 20 incher get up out of water twice and get off at the net.  How common are a 20″ inch fish in this waterway?  … Continue reading Jeremy and Joshua Hoff’s Excellent Adventure by Len Harris

Photos That Don’t Need Captions Mike Sepelak

Photos That Don’t Need Captions Mike Sepelak  I was looking through my photos this morning and saw an interesting trend. When you take photos you are trying to capture that moment in time. The ultimate compliment of a photographer’s work in my opinion is when a caption is not needed. The photo tells the tale.   http://www.mikesgonefishing.com/ Continue reading Photos That Don’t Need Captions Mike Sepelak

Wisconsin Bull Snakes by Len Harris The Stream in Time

Wisconsin Bull Snakes Every year about now I find them in neighborhood yards or crossing the road.  They are endangered and look so similar to rattlesnakes many folks kill them when they see them. This Gopher Snake is in the bull snake family. This bull snake chased me around the vehicle before it exited the road and posed for a parting photo. This girl stopped on the center line for a momentary photo. This angry bull snake disliked the neighbor’s dog circling it and made a rattle sound with its mouth. Sorry for the not so good photos.  I couldn’t … Continue reading Wisconsin Bull Snakes by Len Harris The Stream in Time

Trip Report Vernon County by Len Harris

Hit the water with Andy Nezworski at 9am.  Was cloudy when we started and then got sunny in a hurry.  We fished head waters due to recent rain.  By 10:30 there were scads of hatches coming off.  Blue Wing Olives/Gnats/Caddis were all over the place and little trout were working the surface.  Andy tried dries with no luck.   Spooked a lot of fish in the gin clear water. Our luck changed just before we stopped.   Andy out fished me.  My knees were angry so I stopped.  I deposited Andy downstream and am expecting a report later tonight. Continue reading Trip Report Vernon County by Len Harris

“Wildflower Identification”

http://lenharris.blogspot.com/…/wildflower-identification.h…   The Stream Of Time  April 08, 2017 Wildflower Identification  I love taking photos of wildflowers when I am out and about.  It has rubbed off on my wife.https://uswildflowers.com/wfquery.php?State=WI  Liverleaf  Bloodroot  Sticky Nightshade  Swamp Rose  Bergamot   Geranium  Woody Nightshade  Johnny Jump Up  Columbine  Spiderwort  Touch Me Not Posted by Len Harris at 6:59 AM Continue reading “Wildflower Identification”

Sometimes It Is Called Catching Not Fishing

I asked four people to go with me.  It was a last minute thing so everyone had plans.  I did talk my good friend Kevin Rott into following me to my ending spot where I parked and he taxied to my starting point. It was the warmest day of the year so far *73*.  It was mostly cloudy.  The water temp was 60.  I expected a good outing and wasn’t disappointed. The trout were all over the place.  There was no rhyme or reasoning for where they were laying.  The warmth and cloudy weather were idea for fishing.     … Continue reading Sometimes It Is Called Catching Not Fishing

Father And Son

 April 02, 2017 Father And Son  Father And Son Krzysztof and Michael Drozd  fished in Juneau County yesterday. Michael scored his biggest brown to date. He also scored a nice brookie. Dad got into the act too and scored another big dog. Michael found this big buck remains also. Michael is a chip off the old block. Posted by Len Harris at 8:41 AM Continue reading Father And Son