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Started by benben, June 07, 2015, 10:49:38 AM
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Hell of a day yesterday.
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Major highlights are four major waterfalls scaled, lots of ground and elevation covered, some solid trailess bluelining and bushwhacking, and brookies caught at over 5,100'. This one goes down in the history books.
I met John for the take-out shuttle at 6:30 AM. We got back to his car at 5:20 PM.
Interesting about the bigger fish in small water. Less competition probably
That is has brookies at about the highest elevation in Virginia bd;0
And I usually notice the opposite of you all in most streams I fish. Fish get skinnier as stream gets skinnier. Few streams break that mold, but I like when they do.
Needs more carp
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Beautiful water guys and an awesome looking trip
One badass adventure fellas. Over the top reportage. y; bd;0
Another stunningly beautiful and grueling trip. bd;0
Catawba Rhodo and Flame Azalea still in bloom. Proof of altitude.
The stream Scott and I fished yesterday is similar in fish size vs. altitude. There it's a run/riffle transition to more plunge pools. Not what I'm seeing on your stream. Badass.
wow, a grand day!
That is a trip of dreams. Damned hard earned goodness. The brookie double and the brookie pool pics were the stuff.
Yall take ever last bite..respect.
Great report. Y'all bring the goods.
It took us 3-yrs to finally get back to this trip. At 37-yrs old now, I don't know if my knees will still be able to handle it another three years from now when I'm 40.