Never had a Scott rod before, but now have a 6 wt in Scott's G Series; it's sorta' medium fast, but not stiff as a fireplace poker fast and stiff.
You and @_WW_ are some long haul truck (Subaru) driving guys. Thanks for sharing your trip reports. More photos would be nice.Home from Ennis last night by 8:30. Wasn't planning to drive straight through, but kinda' got that horse heading for the barn thing. Felt that WA heat wave arrive in MT. 103 when I got to St Regis, then 109 just west of there, and 111 in Spokane, then dropped to 87 in Cle Elum, but it was almost evening then. And 72 at Snoqualmie Pass.
Woulda' liked to visit and fish with Swimmy more of course, but still a rewarding trip. Checked out some new to me water on the Madison and can hardly believe some of the crazy water trout live in. Another plus side, if you can call it that, I came home with a new fly rod. Yeah, like I really needed another. However, my long preference for more medium action rods wasn't a great mix for tossing large wind resistant salmon fly patterns in windy conditions. Did Swimmy mention that it got a tad windy? Never had a Scott rod before, but now have a 6 wt in Scott's G Series; it's sorta' medium fast, but not stiff as a fireplace poker fast and stiff.
I'll head back over after the hoot owl fishing restrictions are lifted. No point in further stressing the fish that make our lives so fun.