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Started by Dee-Vo, April 26, 2016, 23:47:08 PM
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I've fished this flow time and time again. Many times I've driven home satisfied, however, many times it has been just the opposite. With only a couple hours to explore this section, I was optimistic, but being a realist, I knew how things could end up. Only a few peanut-browns came out to make an appearance before this creek turned to a silty mess as it usually does at some point. Another stretch scratched off the list, nonetheless.
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This was a promising flow. I've heard plenty of intriguing conversation regarding this area. Here I am. 1500'.
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Another creek beckoned me before I took off. A stocker nailed the fly almost as soon as it began it's faithful drift. Before leaving I also lost what may have been some wild fish. Small creek.
Photobucket is a bitchin' pain in my ass. Options?
Nice to see some u guys out and about...miss those days bd;0
Lotta brown goodness Kinda wished I would have gone their instead, yesterday. Probably could have busted out creek #2
good stuff Dee-Vo, tear up some of that cabbage and you'll know how it got it's name....
I read up on it a little, Woolly. It suggests not walking on or through it due to it's putrid smell. I had no choice other than to trample through several hundred feet of the stuff. No smell. Lucky me.
The flower is the funk. Happened weeks ago.
Hell yeah! Excellence. If you hadn't said 1500', I would have sworn I knew that second creek. Same look, same fish.
Dougfish ~ Educational forum, indeed. Much obliged.
Yaller ~ That elevation would be at the river's level. In a matter of several hundred yards the mountains stand 1000'-1500' taller.
Brown/Purple flowers of the skunk.
Kinda looks skunky.
Horny head chub is Nocomis leptocephalus (Bluehead Chub)
Yes. Blue head means it's time to get it on.
If the creek's a rockin'.....