| Howard and I fishing!|
Well, I know that you are waiting for the full report...and there is much to tell and lots to show. But, I need to get a few zzz's before work at 6 am tomorrow morning, so here are just a few pictures to hold you over until my posting of the Mega Smoky Mtn. Trip 2011!!! I will try to do my best to hopefully get it out by Wednesday morning. Stay tuned!!!! It was an unbelievable experience and one that I will always remember...Thanks, Owl Jones Whirlwind Tours for showing me the Smoky Mountains!! Owl Jones
and Mark @ Flyfishsc.com
were great to hang out with for a few days of NC fishing!!!
|Fishing in the Amazon of the Smoky Mtns!|
|A whole new ball game with my casting!!|
|You gotta be kidding!!! How many miles did I travel? Haha.|
Lights out for tonight...see you back here with some awesome pictures and stories of the trip...
congrats on that trophy fish..... i think.ReplyDelete
Well, at least you caught that big one. :)ReplyDelete
I would be happy to catch anything at this point.ReplyDelete
I live in the wrong state. We don't have enough creeks that look like that.ReplyDelete
Anthony ~ That is the smallest trophy fish that I have EVER caught!!ReplyDelete
Mark ~ That wasn't the biggest for sure...the one that slipped out of my hands and back into the water, was the one that I wanted! Owl has video of that though...
Ed ~ As soon as you get one...another will follow that and so on...it will be an amazing journey!
Ken G ~ The scenic part of this trip was truly amazing...My "big water" doesn't have the personality of these smaller creeks. That's what I had to see...ReplyDelete
Okay, I keeping a civil tongue in my head. I think I'm going to enjoy this more than UA did his trip. At least I know where I'm at right now.ReplyDelete
Shame.Poor Howard must fish without waders? Welcome back. That looks like some stunning water.ReplyDelete
AFA ~ Oh, I would never venture out in the water without properly dressing Howard for...well, anything!! LOL. I did have one little slip and he got his boots wet, but, we survived!!! (Yes, he does have Cabelas waders and boots)ReplyDelete
Cofisher ~ You are a survivor!!! Way to go... And yes, a trip with me is always better than a stay in the cellar in MI...
Cofisher ~ Let me explain...You try casting over someone's head all day that is jumping up and down in front of you (you were kind of excited to be there) One slip in 3 days was pretty good I think!ReplyDelete
I guess we know where the tv show "River Monsters" will be filming in the near future...can't wait to hear the full version of the trip!ReplyDelete
RD, sure was some pretty water to be fishing in. I was very concerned about you guys and all the weather that took place over the weekend. Looks like you mad it through o.k. A couple of points that I would like to make. First, that fish would have been a good one for one of the past writing prompts at OBN. Secondly, I am glad Howard finally found a home!ReplyDelete
Sanders ~ Full version will be Friday...sorry for the delay...pressing schedule this week at work!ReplyDelete
Mel ~ We didn't even know that we were in danger since we didn't have electronic svc in the campground! No worries for Howard now...heehee! And that fish was the smallest I have caught, so yes, it would have been a perfect candidate for that OBN post...
for some reason that last picture cracked me up. At least you get to go outReplyDelete
Dustin ~ Yeah, that fish cracked me up too...the reason for the strange look at the camera!ReplyDelete