Spent a few days with my friends at a campground in the Tennessee mountains. The weather was unseasonably warm during the day, and a bit chilly for this naturalized Floridian at night. We spent the better part of four days hitting many of the streams in the area, from larger, easy to access stocked water to off the beaten path bluelines full of wild fish.
A side note was that we were really off the grid, meaning no cell service (or even running water). While that may have interfered with me keeping up to speed on the World Series, that's not why I was there, and the evenings around the campfire more than made up for it. Oh, some of the stories that were told!
In looking back on this trip, I found I didn't take many photos. I guess that's okay with me... the memories remain vivid. This was my first time fishing this specific area of Tennessee, I look forward to getting back again at some point.
What rod is that with the synthetic grip? ><,)))*>ReplyDelete
Truthfully, it's an unreleased rod so I'm not allowed to say. At least yet...Delete
Sure, looked like fun…..guessing invite got lost in mail…..lolReplyDelete
C'mon man, why you gotta be like that?Delete
Was this the weekend of debauching with Mr. Worthing?ReplyDelete
I don't know how much debauchery took place, but yes, hung out with a few tenkara friends, Rob included. Was definitely a good time.Delete
Looks like another trip should be in order. Some very nice Bow's.ReplyDelete
Thanks Mark. Looking forward to the next getaway.Delete
Nice looking wilds. Thanks for sharing and next trip look a little south and west to wnc for a tripReplyDelete