The RP Starling
The "Ralph's Little Pine" accounted for a couple during the heat of the day.
Ralph's Little Pine
The largest fish of the day was a 22" bow with a broom for a tail and huge kype. A long fight and being alone precluded a pic but it ended the day in good fashion. He took the "Little Crappie Fly" under an indicator.
Little Crappie Fly
Fish took everything from dry flies, to wets, streamers and nymphs. A great day on water with not a soul in sight.
That would be a good day in April. Incredible for Aug unless you're in a tailwater like our Farmington, here in CT but no other anglers?ReplyDelete
Now anticipating arrival of the Albies.
It was certainly a different kind of day.ReplyDelete
Great fishing day Ralph. In summer is difficult for the fish to be active throughout the day, your flies have worked well! Congratulations!ReplyDelete
Agreed. The water I was on holds cooler water than many throughout the year. Plus, they seemed to be actively feeding on a white Caterpillar all day. I think that had them turned on just enough.ReplyDelete
Great trip with some quality trout landed---enjoyed the videos--thanks for sharing
Thanks Bill. Appreciate the visit.ReplyDelete
That kype on the bow is impressive.ReplyDelete
Looking at the brown it appears to have marklings like a tiger.
It is similar Alan. But not a true Tiger I don't think? Maybe some lineage though. I have noticed more of them over the years.ReplyDelete
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