|Had this stretch all to ourselves|
JT quickly hit his stride and had a fish on which turned out to be another brown. It wasn’t long after that and he was locked again and a river dace came to hand. Hey a fish is a fish, right?! I hooked into another fish and once again I lost it during the retrieve. What the heck? While I was contemplating what I was doing wrong, JT continued to bring fish to had. yup he caught a blue gill and a calico bass before finally catching another trout which turned out to be a nice little rainbow. We got thinking and figured he only needed a small mouth bass and a brook trout to round out his catch.
|Willimantic River Brown Trout|
I made it down to JT just in time to see him lock up on a another brown. He was working hard for that SMB and Brookie but he just couldn’t produce. IT was now 10:30am and it was time to head out. It’s amazing how fast 4 hours goes by when you are on the water and no one is around.
|JT Working over the Bridge hole|
Now it' off to Central PA to fish some of those famous limestone creeks. According to the reports the flows are high and looks like we will get to witness our first Green Drake hatch. I hear it is something to witness.