Entries by Jon Ray

Pike Eats Trout

I sort of feel bad for the little trout, but the footage is amazing so thank you little trout for sacrificing yourself for this video clip. Check out the link below. View this post on Instagram Saturdays Boatfair in Gothenburg will be the first time I show some clips from our new film project. I […]

Jumping Brown Trout Video

This short clip below has me thinking of warmer times, looking forward to the upcoming trout season. Even though right now it feels so far away. Big week this week for tying and hope to generate some good content video wise. I know we will be tying a few good foam patterns for the July […]

Golden Dorado Trip

Had an amazing time on our Golden Dorado Adventure, if you have followed along on Facebook you saw the post I did for Hawkins Outfitters. But if you haven’t make sure to go the Golden Dorado Highlights on the Blog at Hawkins Outfitters. Was an incredible experience and look forward to going back, if you […]

Thank you 2018

View this post on Instagram Thank you 2018 can’t wait to see what 2019 brings. Happy New Year. #scientificanglers #scottflyrods #whitingfarms #hawkinsoutfitters #mangledfly #madeinmichigan A post shared by Mangledfly (@mangledfly) on Dec 31, 2018 at 6:55am PST Thank you 2018 it was a great year, a few of our most liked Images from our Instagram […]

Brown Trout Eating Something

Brown Trout Eating Minnows Been a fun fall of shooting Mother Nature dining out.  Started with the Heron and Pike images.  Now here is another image of the cycle of life.  Had the opportunity to fish below Tippy Dam for Brown Trout.  While working on a few patterns that that we will be adding to […]

Two Great Blue Herons eating Pike

Had the opportunity to shoot two different Great Blue Herons enjoying a shore side lunch this week.  I have never seen this before a Heron eating a Pike, but in less that one week it happened on two separate occasions. Great Blue Herons now have my attention to say the least with how they hunt […]

2018 XL Steelhead

XL Steelhead I like to think of the steelhead season like a hockey game.  It has three periods to the game, that last a total of 6-7 months.  Period one is the Fall-Run, then Winter Steelhead, and the final period is Spring Steelhead. In the first period of this game, the Fall Run  we have […]