Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Issues and Resolutions

For the past 4 or 5 days I have been having some major computer problems, and that's why I have been neglect in my posting and visiting your blogs.
I have no knowledge of these machines, but I was fortunate to find someone who is, and with their help the issues have been resolved.

But although I have not had access to the computer I did continue to fish.
While fishing a stream in southwest CT. I noticed a small trib coming into the stream. I walked up this stream a bit and noticed a man cutting a tree.
We talked for a while, and he told me he was the landowner. To make it short, permission was given to me to fish the stream within his property.

This little stream was a joy to walk along and a joy to fish.

A beautiful wild brown

A Connecticut native

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  1. Brt Trt, nice post and beutiful natives. What fly pattern did you catch the brown off of?

    Best regards..........DRYFLYGUY

  2. Beautiful little stream Alan and superb shot of the little brown!

  3. Beautiful shots BT. I too was wondering what pattern you took the brown on.

  4. Gorgeous fish! And glad your computer is back up and running ;)

  5. Those are some beautiful fish! I was also wondering the same as Jeff.

  6. Dryflyguy,
    The fly is a Dark Cahill wet fly.

    That little guy was sparkling in the brief time I held him.

  7. Jeff, Kiwi,
    Thanks guys.
    Dark Cahill wet fly.

    The computer is A OK so far.

  8. Sorry to hear about the computer problems. Glad to hear it didn't stop you from fishing. Nice fish and great news about getting permission to fish a new stretch of H20. Great Pics and nice fish.

  9. Glad to hear your computer is repaired. If you ever have computer issues again, I would be glad to swap my computer fixin' skills for some guiding on your local waters ;-)

    Beautiful fish.

  10. Trout Magee,
    Thanks. Most landowners will usually say yes, if asked.

    Thanks. I'll keep your offer in mind.

  11. Sweet. The flowers of the wood anemone almost seem to float over that great foliage. As my little league coach use to say "Good eye" Thanks

  12. Alan.....Glad it was only a computer problem that kept you off line.