Sunday, March 11, 2012

One Brown Stream - One Brown Trout

A few days back the temp was in the 60's and the snow was in full melting effect!  Looked like chocolate milk and the creek was high and running fast.  All of the feeder springs were running high and muddy with no change in sight.  Pastured area's were extremely bad with runoff.  I use to run home with my tail between my legs when the conditions were this bad.  Instead of heading home I accepted Mother Nature's challenge and stuck it out until victory was mine :) 
Always be patient and never give up !







































Until Next Time...Tight Lines to All !!!

16 comments:

  1. Nice photos; nice stream and nice trout! Poor coyote, though. He almost made it through the hard time.

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    1. Jim,
      Thanks much. I heard the coyotes yelping extremely loud the other night. Maybe for their fallen comrade :) Tight Lines.

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  2. Those slow or fishless days just make you appreciate the good ones a little more when they happen. Looks like you had a fine day out on the water....

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    1. HPFF,
      Thanks much. It was a beautiful day weather wise and the creek cooperated somewhat :) Tight Lines.

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  3. It's tough fishing streams as such. But staying with it proved to be the right thing.

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    1. BrkTrt,
      Right you are. I once saw a post someone did on fishing really muddy water. I decided to go out every time just for the challenge. Always worth it. Tight Lines.

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  4. Victory! Glad you took advantage of the weather and got out and stuck with it. Great photos...poor coyote. Well done sir!

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    1. Sanders,
      Thanks much man. Rain or shine I can't help but head out. The smell of cabin fever is quickly fading away :) Tight lines.

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  5. Nice fish, that had a pretty grim beginning.

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    1. Kevin F,
      Thanks much. Grim beginning, great ending :) Tight lines..

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  6. Great Pics ! Better conditions are on the way! Can't wait to hear about them!

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    1. Kevin FWE,
      Thanks a lot. Today was sunny and almost too hot if you can believe that. They are calling for record highs all week long. The trout should be nice and hungry ;) Tight Lines.

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  7. Awesome images ---I always hate to see animals go to waste. thanks for sharing

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    1. Bill T,
      Thanks a lot :) A lot of people around here shoot coyotes when they see them. Not sure how this poor fella met his untimely end? Tight lines.

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  8. You really earned that one. Nice work.

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    1. Justin,
      You said it bro! Streams are looking better now. Tight Lines.

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