For those who love small streams, wild trout, and life...in their simplest form
Saturday, March 31, 2018
Today is the last day of March. I don't really hate any month but I for sure do nor consider March a favorite. March has so many variables and I like a little more consistency. April will bring some order back to the streams and woodlands. In the next series of photos you will see some of the transition taking place. The first photo is a small stream with winters remnants about.
A prize wild brown taken from the pool above. It was a day that featured one fish and what a beauty it was.
The natural world coming alive.
Glorious sunshine falling upon a beautiful run.
A precious wild jewel plucked from that run, the day was brighter because of it.
By Aprils end wild trout will be rising freely here. The season begins.