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Started by Onslow, February 18, 2018, 21:52:52 PM
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There is a stream in Wilkes County I've been map caressing for quite some time, but had not worked up the nerve towards some real penetration. Wilkes county does have some sketchy spots, scant public land, and people that may well be inclined to shoot your ass if under the influence.
My boy and I have been traipsing about being he has a permit, and needs the driving hours. It just so happens I recently scouted this stream on one of our jaunts, and this particular hood isn't terribly sketchy, and is isolated enough so misdeeds to go unnoticed.
This stream is in the Lewis Fork watershed. Altitude is about 1500' where I started fishing. The drainage size is around 7-8 square miles. I was sorta expecting browns down low, and perhaps some bows, and brookies up high. Unfortunately, a trib that comes in lower has bows, but did not see any today.
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I only fish a couple hours, and covered .7 mile at best. The gorge is at 3 miles. One can return to their car by road hiking 3.7 miles.
Interesting......good work, dude.
Leg stretching. Yessss. -0-
Keep exploring and taking us along with your reportage.
All right Onslow!
Don't give us that line about being too old to wade anymore, OK? Looks like you're doing just fine to me.
Nice....tiger trout eats good, I hear
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good to see somebody postin up TRs! 0:0
I wish I could fish more! Too much time is being spent with job related work, and times spent working on the behalf of the local BSA Troop & church has doubled.