Archives: May 2006
Song of the day: “Roam,” B52′s
Where: Rocky Ford and Banks Lake
Conditions: Rainy and windy in the morning, bright and windy in the afternoon
Time of day: 9AM to Noon and 3PM to 5PM
Flies used: Rickard’s stillwater nymph, glo bugs, Gollum, black wooly worm
Species targeted: Rainbow trout, carp
Reminder: 7 days and I’ll be in the Bahamas
“You brought a new 8 weight, too?”
That’s how the day started. Jamie and I had every intention of
finding smallmouth bass today and planned on breaking in our 8′s on
them. But it’s …
Check this story out (click on the title)–some doctor in Florida landed a 385-pound lemon shark on 12-pound tippet!
Then some other guy nailed a 15-pound bonefish, again on a fly.
So my question to you is this: why do I live here and not THERE?