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Started by Woolly Bugger, April 24, 2011, 09:32:03 AM
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You know the routine, get up early, drive up over the Eastern Continental Divide and fish all day.
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There was a tremendous Easter angler hatch and all of my favorite runs and pools were packed. I pulled over and fished some water that I have rarely fished before. You can see what a hike it was from the car to this premo spot.
With only a few more hours left before the generation water hit I scoped out a section of the lower river.
Meanwhile upstream I spied a fly fisherman hitting my favorite holes, but what was most unusual was his stringer of fish. He was on the far side of the river and the water was coming up, I hollered at him. He said he thought it was just the pulse... I told him no, it was the generation, he fished on. This is his car. He came out of the river just after I had put my gear up. "yup, the water was coming up."
Driven off the water by seven I filled up in TN and drove back home.
Very nice. I do hope that Easter angler hatch is not still hatching tomorrow.
Great report woolly. Those bows are beautiful and that last brown looks like a hoss. Noice!
Noice.. You have more patience than I do, I only brave East Tenn. from my boat on weekends!
I gotto figure out how to take crisp clean photies. Mine come out blurry, like my eye sight after a heavy night. Nice browns. Happy Easter 'Bugger!
You did good, Keith!
nice pics and feesh
Just another day in Paradise. As usual, nice report and pictures, Woolly. I fished Saturday.. It was shameful.
The report, , last pic of that brown bd;0 bd;0 0:0.
Rod, I lost count after the second hour. By the end of the day I was tired of catching fish.
I took over 90 pictures... -0-