It is always nice to show off your trout pictures after a successful day of fly fishing. This is even truer after you have had a few days of getting skunked. (And I know you have had them.)
Here is a place to share the story of the trout that didn’t get away (Until you released it).
The more you share about your successful day and what you may have learned, the more you can help others. Please share where you went fly fishing, the time of the year, what techniques you used and the species (brown, rainbow, steelhead, etc.)
This can be very helpful to others in the trout fly fishing community. Fly fishing pictures of all kinds can be helpful because they also show the type of waters fished and general conditions encountered.
One last comment: Yes, it is OK to brag about its size.
Each double sided box holds flies that represent different stages of a insects life cycle for either Mayflies, Caddis flies or Stoneflies and includes a laminated card listing the flies and their hook size so you can restock the box.
Would you like to share your trout pictures and the story behind them?