A couple of weeks ago I had an experience that I never would have dreamed possible. I went back to Slough Creek after some 49 years (see this post) and I got to share the experience with 5 disabled veterans and their wives.
The native Yellowstone Cutthroats were a bit sluggish from the spring runoff and water temps in the very low forties, but we managed to catch our share of them. Their sizes ranged from 12 to 20 inches and they were gorgeous. We found that weighted streamers were the ticket – fished slow and down and across the crystal clear stream.
|Me and our vet buddy Bob|