Getting my Trout Fix for the Spring

Fishing with a guide is always a plus when one is trying to land quality trout. Friday’s outing was one of those guide trips that had quality trout as well as numbers brought to hand. David of Southeastern Fly had B.T. and me on trout from the start of the half day trip to the finish. The weather was good with low humidity, and some rain, which took a back seat to the fish action.  Generators were off giving the tailrace a natural flow with all the familiar pockets, seams and some fast water; which would test our skills landing the trout as well as getting that perfect drift.

The only downside to the trip was losing all my images of the outing last night. I deleted all the images from my camera thinking I had saved them on my computer; so to see the images and details of the trip check out David’s post.  

Fishing with a guide is always a plus when one is trying to land quality trout. Friday’s outing was one of those guide trips that had quality trout as well as numbers brought to hand. David of Southeastern Fly had B.T. and me on trout from the start of the half day trip to the finish. The weather was good with low humidity, and some rain, which took a back seat to the fish action.  Generators were off giving the tailrace a natural flow with all the familiar pockets, seams and some fast water; which would test our skills landing the trout as well as getting that perfect drift.

The only downside to the trip was losing all my images of the outing last night. I deleted all the images from my camera thinking I had saved them on my computer; so to see the images and details of the trip check out David’s post.