Wednesday, 28 January 2015

Winter Fishing

Its been nearly a year since my last blog post. This year I am going to keep it up to date! Here is a short post to start it off.



Winter fishing means many layers and battling the elements. There will be days where you have to work harder than others and you will need to be patient and persistent. Where there are challenges there will be rewards, but most importantly it means giving yourself the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors when others won't

Photo Taken By: Naoto Aoki of Naoto Aoki Photography /Bluetree Images
www.naotoaoki.com / www.bluetreeimages.com/


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