The weather decided to be reasonable yesterday morning, so on a whim I hopped in the truck and set out to explore another E.WA blue line. An hour later I park and get set up in my waders, etc. I grab the sections of my fly rod and try to assemble them...F#@K. I had the butt section of my 4wt and the tip section of my 2wt. Not exactly compatible. Well, I didn't drive for an hour and get all dolled up in my waders for nothing. I hiked down to the water with 4 1/2 ft of my fly rod, tied on a couple nymphs and an indicator and cast around for a few minutes.Casting was surprisingly adequate for 15 or so feet with only half a rod. I wish this was the part where I told you I hooked and landed a feisty little rainbow, but the water was quite high, fast and murky. I wasn't interested in doing any bushwhacking looking for calmer water, so I headed back home. I'm starting to feel like the George Costanza of fly fishing.