|Rob and John|
|Jennings Run flowing to the right and downstream. Image taken from the property of the "Hungry Trout" resort and restaurant.|
|One of my favorite sub-surface flies is the Wonder Bug.|
Basically a peacock herl woolly worm over 10 wraps of lead,
with 2 turkey biots for a tail and hackle clipped short
(usually shorter than seen here).
|When the water was at its highest, most of our fish were caught within about 1-3 feet|
of the bank,. Casting upstream with nymph or "hopper-dropper" arrangement
was the most productive.
|Looking upstream from bridge. Jenning's Run|
|Releasing a decent fish|
|Picking something big and flashy|
|Rob drifting a hopper-dropper combination.|
The "hopper" we found most useful was a rubber legged stimulator.
|One of the very few rainbows I caught.|
|Moi. Photo by Jim|
|Some pretty rugged wading|
|Me again. Photo by Jim|
|In the middle of the river, Rob is keeping his line off the water|
|The browns got bigger in the evening.|
|I don't think any of us caught anything in this nice run.|
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