Fisherman’s Focus

Fisherman’s Focus- A Story For All

Anybody that has ever spent time on the water with a fishing pole in hand has a story to tell. Some have stories of success while others have stories about the one that got away. Some anglers dedicate their entire life to the waters while others take part in a recreational fashion. Which ever category you fall into, we all share that common bond of enjoying what nature has to offer us. Respect nature and nature will respect you back, respect your fellow anglers and your fellow anglers will respect you back. Enjoy the submissions from our bloggers and members. This is where your stories are shared,  for one and all to read. Tight lines my friends.-Scott Garland is always looking for guest bloggers so if you have something to share with other anglers, feel free to submit it to us and we will be happy to share it with our community and if you have a blog page, we will gladly link that here as well.

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Photo of Ron Merly of Ron Merly’s Fishing Guide Service, courtesy of David Schumacher and David Schumacher Photography

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