getting the permit is fairly intuitive- it's the Killpatricks house - before you would cross the creek - light green paint, signs are down on the trail as well. The front door is the door by the weeping willow (not the side door with concrete steps). They are VERY obliging people so please be sure to thank them for access to this special fishery, and pick up any garbage you may find. I bet Joyce would appreciate some flowers! I forgot to take her some when I got my permit. As you know, these fish run hard and should be chased with an 8wt and above minimum - there is not enough room to mess around letting them run into your backing and create havoc among the rest of the fisherman. Work them fast and hard for a safe release. These fish will strike flies agressively- do not set up everytime you feel a bump- if you do feel pressure slowly raise your rod and see what's what...there are so many fish that accidental bumps from swimming fish are common.