For those who love small streams, wild trout, and life...in their simplest form
Monday, June 29, 2020
As We Move Into July
June has been a dry month, it has also been a hot month. The last ten days have featured five 90 degree days. Now as we move into July I can say that after a bad June the streams I have fished are doing fairly well. The freestone streams have very cool waters and though the flows may be down they are not critical.
A mist rises above the cool water of a woodland stream. The damp moss covered rocks give off a fragrance that I can't describe.
A task that is mandatory come summer. As you can see the waters are cold.
Places like this will produce brook trout.
A beautiful hen..her markings are outstanding. Hope is she will survive to spawn come autumn and pass the beauty along.