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Started by Dougfish, May 10, 2015, 08:40:27 AM
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Scott and I had not fished together since early winter. On this stream, no less. We like The Widowmaker, and she usually loves us. We decided it was the day for the trip to the top. After a late start (he's still trying for a turkey), we hiked in a couple of miles and jumped into the water. Three casts, fish on. A nice bow to shed the skunk. Scott followed with a brookie and it was on.
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Nice pics Doug! I'll dump a few sub-par here....
I slept real good...9:15 until 7:45...
I needed this.
One of the best of the year so far. Really enjoyed that fam.
Nice. There are some nice bookies in that flow.
Nice. Impressive trip.
Helluva trip,Doug ,God I'll bet your knees are sore as hell from climbing those rocks. Did you have to hike back down the creek or were you able to walk out at the top ?? I Hope !!
Just checked it on Google Earth. Path was a gentle 1.55 mi. in.2.20 fishing. 3.75 down and out on the trail. 1200 feet gained, then lost.We don't have many of these steep, long fishable streams in these parts.
And we are not smart enough to drop a car at the top.
Thats a sweet looking trickle Doug E Fresh. Good on ya.
ya'll done did mucho better than the bugger who got a skunkin on Saturday..
Damn Doug, that's a tight stream with some impressive brookies worth the hunt. Most streams which peter out to that size around here won't sustain brookies like those.
Dang Doug and Scott, looks like an impressive day. bd;0
That looks like a rod bag for a Murray's Mountain Trout rod. Nice TR.
Thanks for reminding me that I need to go brookie fishing. ASAP.