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You are always walking upstream.
You will use the following equipment, which is minimal:
- 1. Dark Clothing
- 2. Two Piece Medium Action Rod
- 3. Chest Waders
- 4. Creel
- 5. Hat
- 6. Polarized Glasses
- 7. Number 2 Mepp Spinners
- 8. Number 0 Ball-baring Swivel
- 9. Light Open-Face Reel
- 10. 8-Pound Test-Line
- 11. Compass or GPS (for those of you that don't have a good sense of direction)
- 12. High Deet Concentrate Mosquito Repellant
Now, you are ready to fish!!
The Art of Spinner Fishing
With Rick Lawrence
First, about the DVD, it has a approximate run-time of 63 minutes long - about 30 minutes informational and roughly 33 minutes action/fishing.
Second, informational content: I truly have a passion for walking upstream spinner fishing for native German river browns and brook trout. Every outing is so adventerous. You see so many things - all kinds of wildlife. I've seen deer, bear, beaver, coyote, bobcats, hawks, eagles, and butterflies - and of course fish. Plus, the physical demand you put on yourself pushing water and walking up stream all day is a great workout. You have to stay focused on what is ahead of you when walking up stream at all times. That's why I produced the DVD, "The Art of Spinner Fishing" - to show this lost style of fishing. I call it "the art of spinner fishing." In the DVD, I explain what equipment you need, how to flip or toss the MEPP spinner, I show you how to fish, where to fish, and in general, I share with you some good tips. I want to share these experiences with you so you will know the basics of spinner fishing to get you started. Young or old, man or woman, you can do this - with a partner or by yourself. It's mother nature at her best. Personally, when I'm through fishing for the day, I always thank Mother Nature for the meal and good time...until I see her again. So buy this informational and fun-watching DVD, "The Art of Spinner Fishing."
It can be dangerous walking up stream in some of these rivers and creeks because you could fall on a beaver cutting and bleed to death, you could run into bees nests in the tag alters that overhang the river and get stung, you can drown, you can have a heart attack or you could slip on a log and knock yourself out on a rock or log. I know this because most of it has happened to me, except the heart attack. So just remember, don't take the outdoors lightly, take care of yourself and good luck.