Here's the four he took. Just for clarification, Cat Creek is the road, the Middle Fork of the Cosumnes is the creek.
The rod is my 5'9" 3wt. A good "brush" rod purchased specifically for this type of fishing.
|Lay it out there|
|Another part of the creek. |
Notice the perfect 10 & 2 cast? OK, so I'm a Leo and am used to patting myself on the back.
That's it for this trip to Cat Creek.
Looking good, Mark! Great to see "3" getting some work in. From your reviews, it sounds like a sweet little rod.ReplyDelete
Pretty creek. That's what I think of when I think of Northern Cali. Bet there are some more Browns in there.ReplyDelete
Mark is that a Cabelas glass rod?ReplyDelete
It's an LL Bean Streamlight 3 wt.Delete
Mark the pictures are frame worthy. 11x14...one of each please.ReplyDelete
Just like the check, it's in the mail.Delete
Looks like there's a bit of growth behind you, takes skill to avoid getting hung up like that, nice.ReplyDelete
Hi Ben. Lost more flies this trip than ever before. The trees wee merciless.Delete
Excellent form, Mark. How many tree fish did you catch? JK It's good to see you with the fly rod out, and catching fish. Should do it more often!ReplyDelete
Do you really want to know how many flies I lost? As Peanut (Jeff Dunham) would say, A LOT.Delete
Mark, these photos are too good...You sure you didn't cut these photos out of Field & Stream?ReplyDelete
If I didn't know better I would think that stream is up in the Northeast, where Alan fishes. Looks like some tight casting may in order to fish this place. Were you using mostly dries there? Nice looking stream.
We use mostly dries on these small streams.Delete