Number one on the list was the West Fork of the Carson River and I checked that one off on June 20th.
Number three on the list was the East fork of the Carson and Wolf Creek. This one got a half of a check on June 29th because I got the East Fork, but missed Wolf Creek.
Number Two on the list I checked off today. The Middle Fork of the Cosumnes above the bridge at Cat Creek Rd.
I pulled out of the house at at 0730 and after the coffee stop at Cooks Station, arrived at the creek at 0815. I decided, since it is supposed to be warm today, that I would wet wade. I put on my wader boots and wool socks, not for warmth, but for bulk because my wader boots are a size larger than I normally wear. For my effort, I entered the stream for the first time at a blazing 54.4 degrees.
|Upstream from the bridge|
|The first spot|
|The first fish|
|Three fish pool|
|For the small stream guys|
|This one is for them too|
The other three on the Tenkara "bucket list" are:
Four, The Silver Fork of the American River below the twelve mile bridge.
Five, Silver Creek and Lyons Creek off the road to Wrights Lake
Six, Mokelumne River off Red Corral Rd
Number Four will probably be checked off next Tuesday. Glenn (my retired Sheriff friend) and I are going to toss some flies there during our yearly 4th of July week fishing trip. OK, if you're counting I know it's the 10th.
Day after tomorrow I'm off to a new place, so I'll let you know how that goes. I don't want to say too much, might jinx it.
Thanks for stopping by.