The day started early. It was cold, slightly windy, and as the day progressed the warmth of the sun was seeked. The guides on our rods were freezing up, and there were no fish being caught, but damn was it nice to be out.
The difference in temperature between the shaded and sun hit area was fun. We all much preferred the sun.
John and Charlie discussing flies and Jim working a very nice pool in the distance.
Theme of the day.
Robert trying his hand at a pool Jim just finished working. The rest of us were working on our tans.
While Jim and Robert were working the pool above, Charlie, started to rig up a nymphing rig. We were all tossing streamers all day and the only person who hooked up was Jim. Once rigged up, Charlie worked the pool and caught a few little browns. He then suggested and insisted that he rig me up with a nymph, and I agreed…first cast and drift I had a fish on, and I didn’t even know it. Haha
Thanks, for the picture, Jim!
On the trek back John found a deer carcass frozen in some shallow water along the bank. Interested to see if it had a rack, he started to kick some of the ice, and that unsettled some very potent smells, which lead to some laughs and the end the day.
Kick and Sniff.
A big thank you goes out to John, Robert, Charlie, and Jim, for inviting me out and showing me some new water. Much appreciated guys!