I went out to Lake Amador yesterday to get some information for an article I'm doing for the newspaper. I wanted to find out if the fish were biting, were they biting on anything new or just the same old Power Bait, night crawlers, and Wooly Buggers.
The girl at check in said same old, same old. So I went over to the point by the spillway where I usually fish and snapped shot of the low water line. All the land you can see on the left is usually underwater at this time of year. Just past where the two guys are standing is the spillway.
|The spillway area|
|A few ripples on the lake|
|At least I had some company|
|Above water end of an underwater duck|
Just a quick note, last Saturday I became an official, paid, Freelance Writer. Somebody finally decided that this stuff I write is worth paying for. Enough said.
OK, one more time down to the American River for a Steelhead try later this week. I was down there today, but the weather guessers said (according to Doppler Radar) that it was raining cats and dogs, but not Steelhead. So being the believer I am, didn't take my fly fishing gear with me. It wasn't raining.
Thanks for stopping by and Howard, only you would see the guy in the picture as a guy starting to take a crap. I think he was trying to keep his hands arm.