Thursday, July 25, 2013

The fishing continues to be very good. There have been a few days where some of the local waters were muddy, but we still found clear water on some of the different drainages that we are permitted in. Going up Trukey Creek tomorrow. Turkey was just re-opened by the forest service, now that the fires are under control.


Here are some photos from the last week or two, and also remember we are booking flats fishing trips in Oct. and Nov. in the Everglades. The main targets in the fall are Redfish & Snook.

Nice Cutthroat off of a tiny creek!

This is a very tiny creek with very pretty fish, we used a TFO 1/2 wt, 5 feet long.

 Fun Stuff!

Took a few days off to fish & hike with family friends, I was rewarded with a great Cutthroat.

Elaine McCoy at Sunset Ranch.
Elaine's Cutthroat from Wolf Creek.

Yeah I know my head was cut off, but we got the picture of a nice brown.
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