dubthethorax for pointing me in the right direction and hopefully next time that I am up that way I can get some better water conditions and big browns. When I was there I could see the potential for that stretch of river. Unfortunately due to the heavy spring rains the water was a deep chocolate muddy mess and I would have had to drag a hook across the back of an unsuspecting fish en-order to get a hook up. I just spent the day shooting in the dark and praying for a lucky bite...... and it was still better than working. Anytime I can do something like that while on a business trip is a good day, fish or no fish.
Last month I really tore it up with the fishing and I decided (or I was informed) that I have tapped out my fishing days while at home for a while so I have been spending the last few weeks either at work or with the family and the time with the family has been quite enjoyable. Hopefully I can get back into the groove soon with some new paintings and fish on the hook. I also hope to spend a little time over the next few days catching up with what my fellow anglers have been posting. I bet that there is a bunch of catch reports that will make for great reading.
(The above painting is @ 6x8 watercolor available for purchase - Email me for information on this piece)