Published May 15. 2019 - 1 year ago
Updated or edited May 15. 2019

Baja Buffet

Buffet Series Episode 5 - Roosterfish have to be the coolest predator fish on the planet! Phil and I saw so many amazing displays of ferocity while we were in Baja chasing them. Fortunately for us, a few of these moment involved us hooking into some of the most amazing fish either of us have ever caught!

Their reputation for being one of the toughest species to catch on a fly rod is more true than we ever believed. We had to work for every fish we caught on this trip, but we loved every minute of it! We really hope you enjoy this adventure!

Coming up, Episode 6 set to launch Tuesday May 28, 2019 - A beautiful ode to bull trout. Don't miss it!

Whether your preference is chasing trout in a cold mountain stream, bonefish on a secluded flat, steelhead on the Olympic Peninsula, or large mouth bass in your favorite warm water pond, the Buffet Series has something for you!

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