Fly Fishing and all that relates
Go, Elijah!Beautifully captured, Ben.JF
Now that's pretty touching. Seeing a young kid talk about his first catch makes you reminisce about the time your own first fishing experience (no matter how short it was or how small the fish you caught was).
Any parent would be proud with such a catch! Hope this was celebrated with a good picnic in a vineyard - just the awesome topper for his good skills.
I remember the first time that I caught a fish. The experience is unforgettable, lucky for this child that his achievement was caught on tape. He could always look back at this happy moment whenever he wanted.
It's a good sight to see a child catching his first. In my opinion, if you open a child this early in this kind of recreation, it will benefit his health. I was brought up like this and because of that I was able to be conscious about my health.
thank you all for expressing your views here at way upstream. i'm glad this post (film by Ben Galland) about youth and inspiration strikes a chord. visit Ben's web site at www.oceanicproductions.com
There's nothing like feeling that first tug on your fishing pole. The excitement and expectation of landing your first fish is an experience one should feel once in a lifetime
I want to try living in countryside. The air is fresher and the surroundings is calm and peaceful.
Same here, the countryside offers a comfortable vibe where you can raise your kids in a happy and relaxed environment.
I love the whole thought of living in the countryside. It seems relaxing and people really know each other. There's the whole essence of community there.
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