I’m behind on my posts but who can blame me? Time flies when you’re having fun!
Enjoy the fish pr0n.
Happy to say the weather was good today. It stayed around 58F with moderate cloud movement overhead.
Double “B” hit the river and had a taker on the first cast, pulling in a nice brown!
I jumped in around the bend and was greeted with a voracious bite, a bent rod, and a nice brown on the dry.
Wish us luck tomorrow!
As I said in the previous post, here are some pics from Day 1. Weather was about 45-48 F by noon and trout where feeding on a BWO hatch. Lots of takes on the dry, I was not disappointed.
Should have more pics soon!
I’m posting this a little backwards starting with Day 2.
Fishing in Bishop this weekend was awesome! Dry fly fishing in winter (yes. I said dry), need I say more?!
Fish were rising for a few hours each day and slurping up the hatch so they were incredibly eager to gobble up our offerings.
As an added bonus, no one was on the river. Either due to the cold weather or maybe because it was Superbowl Sunday. Regardless, it was great for the two of us.
On to the fish porn…more pics soon.
BB on the prowl
Forgot to mention no flies (or fish) where hurt during the making of these pics.
#18-#20 BWOs for the win!
It’s been too long since we’ve posted here. Life tends to get in the way of adventure and such, but NOT this year. I’ve made a pact with myself to get out and fish/adventure at least [publicly undisclosed] times this year and I plan on making good with that pact.
So far my fishing partner and I have been out to Diamond Valley Lake in Hemet, which was interesting, to say the least, since lake fly fishing is new territory for us. We were skunked but that is expected with unknown waters. Hopefully, next time, we’ll have figured out what the fish like and slay ‘em.
For February we intend on fishing the good ol’ Owens river. I’m excited to get out again! Let’s hope the fish are jumping. As usual, we’ll post pics and reports from the river once we get out there.