More pliers QC
Enjoying the experience
Product Testing and quality time with child all in one
Local River – with the dog that is either perfect or horrible, nothing in between
SB Lippa4Life has fish in control and mellow
pliers that passed QC
Green River – favorite R&D location
L4L control – in-water release much easier when trout controlled in this manne
OCEARCH – shark focused research to facilitate better conservation and ocean protection
Brandon about to get the Fischer Kung-Foo kick
Our buddy Brandon working
Installing shark breathing hose
Medium size shark, still plenty big
Little different meaning to “fish on”
Fischer – enjoying the calm between shark catching mayhem
back to the BIG browns
Lippa4Life ice fishing
Big Carp that chased down a big rapalla
8+ lb Brown controlled in-water by Special Blend lippa4life, this is the best way to control/release fish
L4L holding carp out of water – not the best way to control the fish, in-water is better.
And another BIG Brown
Another BIG Brown
Nice size Tiger Trout
BIG Brown Trout
Close Up of Lippa4Life holding trout safely and securely
Aluminum Lippa4Life helping with lure removal
Tiger Trout ROCK
Matt C showing off NICE TIGER
Medium size brown controlled in water by Special Blend Lippa4Life
The secret to 10+ Brown Trout – trolling in this baby
Sushi, Shashimi, Steaks…little blood comes with
No catch-release action here
Nice thing about Trolling#3 – gets you ready for salt water
and take pictures of sunsets
Nice thing about trolling #2 – time to fly the flag
Joe releasing the 29″ Tiger
29″ Tiger Trout – UT State record – released
Spring 2013 – UT State Tiger Trout Record – released
Rising Trolling Crew – showing the reason why they don’t only use fly rod to chase fish.
Trolling produced this monster, not fly – HA
Nice thing about Trolling #1 – BIG fish potential
Friends enjoying the end of a great day on the Green
Less casts to arrive at same great feeling
5,000 casts later – the reward
Big Brown Trout
Not the first bonefish, but fun
Ultralight pliers removing hook
Rigging Station in action
Best way to have the river to yourself – fish in the snow
Slow day fishing, fox more interesting
Special Blend L4L controlling trout
Brown showing the color
Rancher 6″ pliers – Eastman’s signature Pro Model
Nice camera skills, SalmonFly spectacular
Rancher pliers removing hook – sweet !
Park City Triple Play
Spring 2013 – BIG Brown
Thanks to Matt ” Rancher” Eastman for the use of all the great picts.
Healthy Rainbow that Tanner got to his Rising Net.
Fired up brown trout ready to go back to the drink.
Wyoming Brown brings out the smile in Tanner.
Beast mode brown trout.
Tanner with a big covered up bow.
Tanner looking for any rising fish.
Tanner with his go-to fishing partner Gus.
Showing off a nice late summer Brown Trout.
Tanner Smith on the prowl for some rising trout.
Erin is on the fish
Erin slaying it
Erin patiently waits
Erin showing the boys how to row
Multi use Crocodile Pliers
Gary hamming it up for the camera
Dylan at the helm
Rising company meeting
Dave about to land his first cutthroat
Luke and the Flask Pack
Luke casting at sunset
Amazing view on a cloudy morning
Gary and Dave
Dalton learning to row
Team Rising on the SS Rothwell
Luke looking for the big one
Sunset river shot
Luke’s Nice Cutty
Luke’s Monster Bow
Amazing rock formations
Sunset on the Snake River
Mimosas to start off the day
Luke more steamer
Dave B’s first Cutthroat
Luke rocking the Flash Pack and Crocodile Pliers
Luke loves the streamer
Gary can’t watch
Dave B’s first Brownie
Luke Prepping his gear
Base Camp 2014 Rising Float Trip
Luke says we will fish over there
Crocodile Pliers used in no hand release
Rainbow release with Rising Crocodile Pliers
Luke Big Bow
Pops Q Tool on the Traeger Grill
Luke Slaying Rainbows
Gary, Lily and SS Rothwell
The Lazy River
Lahantoan Cutthroat filling the Brookie Net PC: Matus Sobolic
Freeing a Big Brown PC: Chandler Rogers
Browns n Rising Nets PC: Chandler Rogers
Walleye in the Lunker Net PC: Chandler Rogers
Double Splake Stacked in the Lunker Net PC: Chandler Rogers
Kramer with a streamer eating Brown Trout.
Kramer ready to release a nice Brown from his Rising Lunker Net.
Kramer Jackson with a big stillwater Cutthroat Trout.
Kramer Jackson showing off another nice Rainbow Trout.
Kramer with his Wyoming Tiger Musky.
Kramer Jackson with a nice Wyoming Pike.
Big Oregon Bow from Kenny Price
Nice Rainbow Trout in KP’s Lunker 24″ Net
Kenny with another nice bow!
KP showing off a nice bow from the San Juan.