Fished today.

Old Man

Just an Old Man
#1
I went out today for a small while. Went up to the Beaverhead at the Henneberry access. Rigged up my 5wt TFO Professional series rod with floating line and a 9' leader. I tied up two nymphs, both weighted. I found out that I can still boom those flies out there. I had a little bump and nothing to show for it. Nothing going for me there so I jumped in my truck and drove down to Pipe Organ access. There I caught one brown about 14" long. Two very solid hits. I took a couple of pictures of this hole.
 

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Old Man

Just an Old Man
#7
About 5 feet from the bridge pier in the sun light. There was a small school of fish swimming. I believe that they are Whitefish as Brown trout are yellow. The fish in Question had dark backs and white bellies. And about all in the 16" class. I dropped my nymphs in the middle of them. They didn't even scatter when the flies hit the water. I didn't even get any looks.

The water is crystal clear where I fish at. The weather was in the mid 50's and no wind to speak of.
 

Greg Price

Love da little fishies
#12
Hey Old Man,

Glad you got out on a beautiful day.

You gotta log this into your memory because soon you will just be sitting by the fire with snow blowing outside.
 

Jim Wallace

Smells like low tide.
#14
Good going, Jim. I cancelled on my planned fishing today. A friend and I were going to paddle upstream in search of Coho, but my left shoulder went numb and tingly on me first thing after I got up this morning. I realized that I should lay off using my left arm until I figure out what is ailing my left shoulder. I think I can still wade and cast, since my good arm is my casting arm. But I'm going to avoid paddling (surfing or yak fishing, etc) for the time being.
I've got a couple of walk-in spots in mind now, as well as a Hood Canal beach.