I found a little stream that runs in between the two bodies of water (locally called the pits). This stream looks like it could be full of potential. I put a few casts out but nothing chased the lure; however, I did get to watch the current as the lure made it's way down stream.
|The water was very clean.|
|The water in the background is where I am heading.|
After about three casts, this lovely fish was brought to hand and then released without incident.
|This fish nailed the lure and then jumped out of the water after the hook was set.|
After reading Mark's post over at Northern California Trout and talking to my co-worker, I went out and bought a 1/8 oz. Kastmaster. I always seem to catch a fish when I throw one of these out into the water.
After casting for another 30 minutes or so, I saw these ducks. There were hundreds of them and these are just a few of them.
|They feel safe here because no one is shooting at them.|
Well.....speaking of shooting tomorrow is the last day of pheasant hunting so I will be out the door early to try to get at least one more bird.
The weather has been absolutely beautiful here and it will remain so until Monday.
I have a sense that the Kastmaster will get another "work out" soon.