It Was Bound To Happen

I've been fortunate in my fishing to date that whenever I've traveled to fish - Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Virginia, North Carolina, etc, etc... I've usually been happy with the results. When I used to live 20 minutes from wild trout, a skunking was never preferred but was never really a big deal either.


Well, this past weekend didn't work out so well. Six and a half hours north to trout water, and, umm... no trout. About a half dozen nibbles, even one long distance release, but no fish to hand.

I know, I know,
"That's why they call it fishing and not catching..."

Oh well, at least it was pretty out and I got a nice workout rock hopping.
It's all good. Until the next time.




Comments

  1. It it always nice to bring at least one or two trout to hand but being in a setting like that is certainly a nice consolation prize. The Adirondacks are six hours from where I live.....I have been there, done that. I guess a lack of fish forces you to have to another trip as soon as possible.

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    1. You got that right. I'm already taking a peek at my May weekends...

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  2. Well, I am surprised by that. so I will lament a little with you......... That sure is a beautiful looking stream and area. I would soak it all up and then realize that sometime in the game of fishing, "The Fish Win"......

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  3. Anyone who says they never had an experience like that either doesn't fish enough or is lying.

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  4. Your pictures tell a wonderful story, one that many of us can recall - cool clear water, green bushes lining the stream and nothing to do but enjoy.

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