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 It was time to test out patterns for water at high elevation…me and two of the guys spent a day and a half up at Virginia Lakes in the Eastern Sierras. What follows, is a photo journal of that trip August 1-3, 2014…The lakes in the area have Rainbows, German Browns, Eastern Brookies and some Goldens in the higher lakes…VIRGINA LAKE -1-  Or destination, Virginia Lakes, at 9700′ near ,Bridgeport, CA… SUNRISE RRCAN -1-  Sunrise on Hwy. 14, in the Mohave desert, just nort of Red Rock Canyon… BT-42- ALLY, passing The Homestead, in Indian Wells Valley, off Hwy 395, as the sun comes up… BT-34R- The volcano…one has arrived at Little Lake and the gateway to the Owens Valley… DINO HUT OANCHA -1- The Dino Hut in Olancha, CA… BT-39- Mmmmm….Mahogany Smoked Meats, in Bishop, CA…the best jerky on the planet… BT-4- Just  a portion of what they have… BT-9- Pit stop for Hero in Lee Vining…. BT-40- Finally, after eight hours, the back porch…at the Walker River Lodge, Bridgeport, CA… LITTLE VIR IPHONE -1- We arrive…Little Virginia Lake…Tubers go left! I like to fish from a boat because it provides a high platform to spot cruisers… Some of the patterns that I used on Little Virginia: SOFT HACKLES LVL BLOG -3- SOFT HACKLES… STREAMERS BUGGERS LVL BLOG -1- STREAMERS/BUGGERS… SCUDS LVL BLOG -2- SCUDS…not the sowbugs !   WHAT worked best on this particular trip… pea-pt-n-part-1   Pheasant Tail & Partridge…ticket was #16 / Peacock & Partridge, #12 was the champ… strip ’em fast on an intermediate line… BT-45R- STRIPPING SOFT HACKLES… pur-pea-n-part-1 Purple Peacock and Partridge, #12…I used this pattern first, stripped fast on an intermediate line and it slammed…but, I had others to try… ypt-quicksilver-1 YELLOW PT/ QSB/ STARLING SOFT HACKLE , #18 – I fished this over the weed beds on a floating line and caught Brookies and Rainbows around mid-day on Saturday… this little guy was a blast ! VIR LK BF SUNSET -1-  Little Virginia about an hour from sunset… kgs-spring-ck-sc-var-1 KELLY GLISSMEYER’S SPRING CREEK SCUD – #18…Stripped slowly then a six inch burst, or using a hand twist retrieve with a rod twitch, near or over weeds or weed beds, this pattern is a High Sierra Lake KILLER…use an intermediate line if the air temps. are warm during the day…a floating line works well in the evening or early morning when the light is low and scuds are more active near the surface… owens-off-ch-hs-1 OWENS “OFFENDER” HS CH  #6 – I designed this pattern for use in the Fall on the Owens River but had an idea that it would also work in some high elevation lakes…strip this fly FAST, on an intermediate line (the cone gets it down) with pronounced jerks of the rod tip…and hold on…this took my largest fish of the trip, a 4lb. Rainbow… LEFT OVER KLINKS LEFT OVER KLINK – This was a surprise..I had tied these up several years ago and have used them on a number of rivers with some success…these, in Olive, Brown and Black were absolutely fish slayers on Little Virginia Lake in #14 & #16…Srrip ’em fast on an intermediate line… POP TROUT -2- The old guy with a 4lb. Rainbow that Ally took home…on this trip, I caught more fish in a day and a half than on any other visit of the same duration. Most were in the 10″- 12″ category with a couple of 16″ – 18″ Trout in the mix… BT-41- Coming down the mountain, for dinner… BRIDGEPORT INN BT -54- …at the Bridgeport Inn BT-21- THE Garlic toast…this is as far as we got taking pictures…too famished !!!

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The next day: BT-16- Ally in the boat… BT-37 HERO in the middle…Then these two split… again… for some trekking while I stayed and fished… HERE is a compliation of trails, curios and lakes in the surrounding area…Thanks ALLY !!!! BT-24- Cooney Lake…on the trail to Summit Pass (11.100′)… BT-23- HERO takes a break… BT -1- Frog Lake #2… BT-11- HERO getting a workout… BT-2 The Trekking Pup..with six legs..I gotta’ ask Ally how she did this… BT-14- The Miner’s Cabin on the trail to Summit Pass, just before Cooney Lake… BT-47R- Another view… BT-50- On the trail… BT-35- Frog Lake #1…loaded with stunted Brookies… BT=49- Ally… Creek break… BT-46- Oh…doe deer… VIR LAKES IPOD -2- Above Frog Lake #2… BT-13- Hero…taking in the view… BT-5- Meandering (mostly) dry creek… BT-31- Ally & Hero on the Alpine beach… BT-26- A smoky look down the mountain…smoke from fires burning on the West Slope really got bad on Saturday… BT-27R- The same lake (Moat) without the beach dwellers… BT-10- Up a creek… BT-20- Hero plays it cool…   BT-8- Ally and Hero selfie… BT-18- Hero in the pines… BT-7- Ally takes a short drive up to Twin Lakes… BT-12- …and hikes a trail near there… UP VIR LAKE -1- Back up the mountain to pick up Dad… SUN SET BP -1- …and back down towards Bridgeport…the smoke is worse… BT-43- Time for dinner at the Virginia Creek Settlement BT-19- Oh yeah…

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We we going to fish again on Sunday morning , however, the weather took a turn for the worse…so.. KENS SPORTING GOODS ...a  quick visit to Ken’s Sporting GoodsFLIES KENS SG -1- A view of the fly box…now that’s a FLY BOX…then off tho check out Bridgeport Res. and the East Walker River… AL HERO BRIDGE RES -1- Bridgeport Res. …not good…the water is very, very low… BT POP RES -1- <- Bridgeport Res – East Walker River -> EWR DAM -1- The first pool on the EWR…the flows are low and the water is warm with lots of algae…we needs a ton of snow this coming Winter… BT-25- …Back up the mountain to say goodbye to fellow tier and operator of Virginia Lakes Resort along with her husband John – Carolyn Webb… BT-36- Ally takes a seat and admires… BT-22- …This six lb. Brown that came out of Little Virginia Lake in 2006… BT-17- Where Carolyn server up some fantastic pies… BT FISH BOARD -52- The Trout board in the cafe… ALLY HERO VIR LK -1- Ally and Hero…one last bite of left over pizza and a goodbye… BT-29R- …down the mountain to Conway Summit… BT-30- Hero wants to see… BT-51- The Mono Inn over looking Mono Lake…we have had some great meals here through the years and it has finally re-opened… BT OWENS RAIN -1- Rain in the Owens Valley…Near Big Pine… BT-33- The volcano and back to what passes as the real world…

MOO n' DAD BIG VIRGINIA -1-

Pop with Michael at Big Virginia Lake in 1987…

10562620_825346980818242_7312704035442934890_o Just below Summit Pass… looking back towards Virginia Lakes…1987 – two years before Ally was born…Yup I like it up there…

NEXT: Gettin’ ready for Fall…

PT/TB  

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Michael and Aimee came in from NYC for Christmas and Michael and I wanted to do something with his sister Ally that we have not done together in awhile…at his time of year…

ICE GOOSE LAKE LP -1-A pond which will remain nameless somewhere in the middle of the Owens Valley around which native Americans lived and hunted…

M A GOOSE LAKE LP -21-Déjà (Ally & Moo) vu…

MOO GL LP -5-Michael checks the map coordinates…

HERO ROAD DOG LP -2-HERO says, “This must be the place !!!”…

ALLY GL LP -3-Ally says. “Yup, he’s right !”…

GL LP SIERRAS -7-The black obsidian and yellow or red jasper thingees may be found in the surrounding area…

GC LP -8-Ally and HERO at the George’s Creek Sand Trap…a stop for a bit of lunch and a lot more water than when we were here in March…

MOO GC LP -9-Michael prepares the Sierra standard…

LUNCH GC LP -6-Mmmmm…good stuff !!!…

ALLY HERO GC IP -8-HERO gets his handout…

CREEK BIG POINT LP -9-Back in the day, I found the largest obsidian spear point ever…along that creek bed in the distance…my Dad wore it around his neck in a gold setting…

MOO CREEK LP -10-Michael scours the landscape…

MOO LP CREEK LP -17-A stop by Lone Pine Creek where Michael learned how to fish when he was little…

ALLY LP RD  LP -11-Ally in the parking area below Whitney Portal…getting ready to look for a snowball to hit Pop with…HERO lurks in the background…

PORTAL RD LP -12-There was a little snow up there…

PORTAL RD DOWN LP -15-Looking down the same road towards the Owens Valley and Lone Pine below…

PORTAL RD LP -14-The colors at sunset…

LAST LIGHT LP -19-Last Light…Mt. Whitney Portal RD.  ….

BRIDGE LP -20-The Bridge on Lone Pine Creek…

MAH LP XMAS 13 -1-Ally, Michael and HERO…hanging out for a time before…

SEASONS LP -16-…dinner here…

SEASONS DIN LP -19-…eats…

ARR HEAD PLATE LP -18-A plate of stuff we found, during the day…Hit some areas we had not been to in about 15 years…lot of much older obsidian on the plate…

NEXT: Finish the SCUDS and then some new attractor patterns including Euro Jigs…

PT/TB 

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This is a compilation of different photos of the the Eastern Sierra areas we visited on our trip to Bridgeport this May..in no particular order, a little bit of everything…

Hot Creek, before it flows into the Upper Owens River...

Michael with another nice Brown from the East Walker River…

Bridgeport at dusk…

Michael…the Brown Boy…

He catches them in the snow too…

The East Walker, on a nice day, in the section above the meadow…

Another Brown from the bend…

That kid just won’t stop

Michael…looking for MORE…

He’s killin’ me…

Release !!!…

Gary Cooper goes Fly Fishing…with Beef Jerky…

The “OLD GUY” gets one…

He’s got that MORE on again…

Driving down to Hot Creek…Mono Lake in the foreground…and “Grey Guy” has his Simms waders on…

Michael walking and working Hot Creek…

A nice Rainbow from Hot Creek for Michael…too windy…

Michael preps a Brown for Aimee’s Bronica…

Another Brown at the bend for MOO…

STOP..I am dead already…  

The West Walker up in the meadow…

Aimee with her camera up in the canyon of the West Walker River…

Up in the canyon…

Robinson Creek at Doc and Al’s…

Lower Hot Creek…

Mono Lake…

Main StreeT, Bridgeport, CA…gettin’ ready for dinner…

The SPORTSMENS maybe ???…

NAW…Virginia Creek Settlement for dinner…

Brown to net…

Brown in hand…

SMILE…that one came from the white water above…

MOO, workin’ the meadow section when the flow was at 400 + cfs. …

PT gets one more…

Wading the “SUCKER TRENCH”…did take a nice ‘Bow and Brown in here…

Keep ’em coming…

Michael chases something big around the bend into heavy water…

Michael working the far bank as shadows start to fall…

Aimee, camera at the ready on the West Walker River…

Robinson Creek, before the meadow…

COWS, for ALLY, along the Upper Owens River…

GREY GUY wadered up and ready to go Fly Fishing…

A cold morning looking North at the Sierras in Bridgeport, CA…

Past Bridgeport Res. and on to the East Walker…

Michael selects a fly pattern (one of Aimee’s photos that will appear elsewhere – I will link )…

OLD, “Hippie Dude”…fly fishing the East Walker…

Michael at the bewitcin’ hour on the East Walker…using a Simply Red…again…

The Bar at the Bridgeport Inn where some BOZO “threw away” his first sobriety in 1987…only  spicy,”Virgin Marys ” for the past 17 years…

The camera that took most of the photos…

ALLY’s ” ‘TUDE “… on PT & Son’s GREAT Adventure…”Take me shooting again !!!…”

Next: UNFINISHED CADDIS

PT/TB  

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Every morning, rising at about 5:15 AM, I would stir the critters (Aimee and Michael), have a cup or two of  “jet fuel” Java, put on the warm underclothing, waders, lace up the wading boots, heat up the rig and head out to the River…

Sometimes, it took a while to heat up the rig…

Looking North on Hwy. # 395 at about 6:30 AM…In Bridgeport, CA…

Where one turns left to head down to the East Walker River…that is the East Walker in the foreground, before it flows into the reservoir…

This is the dam on the East Walker…

This section, at the dam, is known as the “Glory Hole”. It holds some of the largest Trout in the river and is frequented by hardware slingers, bait dunkers – who sneak in at night- and those who want to test their angling skills and post photos to leader boards. The hostility level there is commensurate with increased testosterone levels – alcohol is sometimes known to be involved…

Some of the smaller locals found in the East Walker at this time of year…

A resident Brown poses…

PT nymphs in front of, to the sides of and behind a large rock in the meadow section early in the AM…

Here are three more patterns that provided Michael and I with continuous action:

TAN GRAPHIC CADDIS…

Hook: TMC 2457, Diiachi 1120, TMC 2488, 2488H 0r 2499SP-BL # 14-#18

Thread: White Uni 8/0 for body or Uni 8/0 tan, olive or grey.

Tag: Gold holo tinsel

Overbody: Micro tubing clear, tan, olive or gray

Thorax: Gray , Black or Tan Ostrich Herl

Wing: Mottled Partridge Natural, dyed brown or olive

John Barr and his buddy Charlie Craven tie this fly on TMC 2499 hooks. Whichever hook is chosen, it is important to build a pronounced hump at the hook bend before wrapping the gold holo tinsel tag. Charlies’ Flybox has a great tutorial on this guy. I have noticed that most commercial ties do not use the appropriate thread or micro tubing colors to match Sierra Caddis hatches. Solution, tie ‘yer own. Fish dead drift with weight and let the fly swing in the current. Anticipate a hit and be prepared to use a “slip strike”….

Michael asked me early one morning what he should use… knowing that Caddis of hatch before Baetis and other small Mayflies on this water, I suggested this pattern:

Michael with a nice Brown that took a Tan Graphic Caddis…

CREAM MIRACLE MIDGE…

HOOK: TMC 2487, Daiichi 1130 #18-#22

THREAD: Gordon Griffith 14/0 White/14/0 Black for head

ABDOMEN: White floss or 70 Denier Ultra white thread ,thin, 1 wrap back and forward…

RIB: Wapsi x-sm wire

* I give the head two coats of Hard as Hull

“What’s in the net son ???”….

“Why, it’s a MIRACLE (Midge)….”

COPPER KF BH SERENDIPITY…

HOOK: TMC 2457, Daiichi 1120, Mustad CO68 #18-#20

THREAD: Gordon Griffith 14/0, Brown

ABDOMEN: Copper Krystal Flash

RIB: Wapsi, x-sm, copper

WING: Light Coastal Deer Hair

BEAD: Copper or Copper Tung, sized to hook

Yup, it’s bent and dinged at the point. The last guy that was on this hook did that…I didn’t land him…

“Hey Dad, I got another one !!!”…

SOMEBODY’S TUNG BEAD ROCK WORM #10…

What’s wrong with this picture. I found this beast in some foliage on the far side of the river…Michael found one bush that was decorated like a Christmas Tree with flies. In this case, some dolt did not remove the barb from the hook before casting it…this is barbless flies ONLY water…

Michael releases another nice Trout…

Michael thinks it is funny that PT caught a sucker…

“That’s better Dad…”

“Mo’ Betta’ Dad…on a Buffalo Jump Attractor…”

Dad helps Michael out…

Aimee shoots a Trout…far cry from models in NYC…

Michael, at the gauge, at 7:00Pm, it’s SNOWING…I’M freezing..”Just one MORE cast Dad !!!”…Yeah…Right…

Damn…he did it again !!!…

The EMPTY parking lot at dusk...ALWAYS the LAST to leave the River….

Yummmmm….

THE BRIDGEPORT INN FOR DINNER…

 

 

Next: 8 Days on the EASTSIDE (SIERRAS) PT and SON…PART III

 

PT/TB  

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The following patterns, for the most part, represent Caddis Larva that I encounter on waters here in California and some other Western locations visited with my crew…The first three are simple larva that were designed by Dave Hughes. They are easy to tie and function for the novice or old FF geezer ( like myself)…Much of Dave’s research on these net spinning caddis, was done on this river that my son Michael is standing in…

Michael on the Boulder River, MT…above McCloud, MT…home of the ROAD KILL CAFE…

Hughes notes that the largest of the net spinners are found in the headwaters of mountain stream and that the species, in general, become smaller as elevation decreases…the smallest in size are found where the boundary for Trout survival ends…He suggests tying these patterns in sizes #8-#18…

Green Net Spinning larva…

HOOK: TMC 2457, Daiichi 1120, Mustad CO 68, Dai Riki 135 #8-#18

BEAD: Gold , sized to hook

WEIGHT: 4-6 turns lead or lead sub., wire the diameter of hook shank

THREAD: Brown or Black 6/0 or 8/0

ABDOMEN: Apple Green Antron yarn, twisted ( the BOOKMAILER is the ONLY place to find this Antron yarn)

THORAX: Fox or Pine Squirrel fur , with guard hairs ( I use spiky hare’s ear too)

Tan (or Cream-ish) Net Spinning Larva…

HOOK: TMC 2457, Daiichi 1120, Mustad CO 68, Dai Riki 135 #8-#18

BEAD: Gold , sized to hook

WEIGHT: 4-6 turns lead or lead sub., wire the diameter of hook shank

THREAD: Brown or Black 6/0 or 8/0

ABDOMEN: Tan or Cream-ish Antron Yarn, twisted

THORAX: Fox or Pine Squirrel fur , with guard hairs ( I use spiky hare’s ear too)


Olive Net Spinner…

HOOK: TMC 2457, Daiichi 1120, Mustad CO 68, Dai Riki 135 #8-#18

BEAD: Gold , sized to hook

WEIGHT: 4-6 turns lead or lead sub., wire the diameter of hook shank

THREAD: Brown or Black 6/0 or 8/0

ABDOMEN: Olive Antron Yarn, twisted

THORAX: Fox or Pine Squirrel fur , with guard hairs ( I use spiky hare’s ear too)

Ally, below Raynold’s Pass Bridge, on the Madison River, MT...”Which Caddis pattern do I use. DAD ???”


DELAWARE CADDIS…

THREAD: Gordon Griffith’s 14/0 green, brown or UNI 8/0 olive dun

HOOK: TMC 2457 or DIIACHI 1120, # 16 – 18

ABDOMEN: Olive Beaver or Tan Beaver

RIB: Red 3/0 thread, Brown 3/0 for Tan

WINGPAD: White closed cell foam

I read about the success of this fly on the Delaware River in FF Mag. several years ago. I decided to tie some up and give them a shot. The particular way the foam is tied in, gives the fly a distinct, undulating motion that triggers Trout ( and probably fishermen too). I can assure this fly works. I have used it on both the Lower “O” and the East Walker with outstanding results…I first posted this pattern in July 2008, since then, I have tied them up in Tan as well, using Brown thread for the ribbing…they work…

Chewee Skin Green McKenzie Soft Hackle…

HOOK: TMC 3761, Daiichi 1560, # 8- #16

THREAD: Wapsi Ultra, Black 140 or 70 denier

BODY: UV Caddis Green Chewee Skin

THORAX: UV Ice Dub, Black

HACKLE: Natural Brown Partridge

This pattern come out of the Caddis Fly Shop in Eugene, OR. I have visited here a number of times on visits to Eugene. It was developed for the large Caddis that hatch on the McKenzie River in spring . I have scaled it down a bit for Eastern Sierra waters. The material, UV Chewee Skin, takes some getting used to. Stretch the cut off section gently and cut on an angle before tying it in on the hook. Use flattened thread and Softex, Aquaflex or Epoxy with this material…it melts with most head cements…It is squishy, slips somewhat but makes a really nice soft body…I shall hence refer to it as the TROUT GUMMI material !!!

An instructional video for tying the pattern may be found on the CADDIS FLY BLOG HERE:

UV CADDIS GREEN CHEWEE PUPA…

HOOK: TMC 2488H, #12-#16

THREAD: Wapsi, Ultra, Olive 70 denier…use up to thorax

RIB: Wapsi, Ultra, Black, 6″ section

ABDOMEN: UV Chewee Skin, Caddis Green

THORAX: Natural Gray Ostrich Herl, use Ultra 70 denier to tie off and for rest of tie

WINGS/LEGS: Natural Brown Partridge

I wanted a pupa pattern with this Chewee Skin material…this design is based on John Barr’s Graphic Caddis, with a distinct hump of thread at the rear of the abdomen tapering to the thorax…Ostrich herl and partridge brings subtle motion to the fly…

My favorite CADDIS water on the Madison River, MT…

BUCKY’S UV CHEWEE SKIN CADDIS LARVA…side view

The stuff…sans a gold brass or tung bead…

BUCKY’S UV CHEWEE SKIN CADDIS LARVA…tilted view…

HOOK: TMC 3761 or Daiichi 1560, #12-#16

THREAD: Waspsi, Ultra, 70 denier, Olive or Uni 8/0 Light Olive…FLATTENED

WEIGHT: Lead or lead sub. if using a brass bead

SHELLBACK: UV Chewee Skin, Caddis Green, pull gently over abdomen and bead

ABDOMEN: UV Ice Dub, Light Olive

BEAD: Black Brass or Tung

Another one of the “machines” out of Blue Ribbon Flies in West Yellowstone…Bucky says it may be used as a scud too…the video for tying this pattern is here:

A young Michael works a R.A.M CADDIS under the willows on the East Walker River, Bridgeport, CA…before the evening hatch…

FLOCHART CADDIS LARVA…

HOOK: TMC 2488H, #12-#16

THREAD: For Abdomen, Wapsi Fl. Chartreuse, 70 denier…taper body (fat to thin)

TAG: Sm. Holographic Tinsel, Silver

OVER ABDOMEN: Glitter D RIB Medium or Small

THORAX: Switch to Wapsi Ultra, 70 denier Black, tie in Black Ostrich herl

OVER THORAX: Brown Scud Back 1/8″…tie in before herl

A little something to imitate the ever present Rhyacophila…my research associates (below) will report on the effectiveness of the pattern…

Ally and Michael… before the evening Caddisfest on the Madison River at $3.00 Bridge…

AMBER CADDIS LARVA…

HOOK: TMC 2457, Daiichi 1120, Mustad CO68, Dai Riki 135, #12-#18

THREAD: Lagartun, 74 denier, for abdomen, build up rear

TAG: Gold Holographic Tinsel Medium or Small

OVER ABDOMEN: Small or Medium Glitter D Rib, Amber

THORAX: First tie in Gordon Griffith 14/0 or uni 8/0, Black, dub with Fox Squirrel

BEAD: Black brass (4-6 wraps of lead or lead sub.) or Black Tung

Something in Amber with pronounced ribbing for instances when Amber Hydropsyche are encountered…like here, where Ally is sittng…

Ally…telling her Dad that all the rocks in there have a copper-brown cast…Amber thingees work well in this RIVER…The Stillwater…

Caddis Pupa and Emergers that will be featured soon…

LaFontaine Deep Sparkle Pupa and Sparkle Emergers that are tied “old school” which will also show up with formulas for the bodies and veils…

But first, me and Ally have an appointment to go up here and explore some other activities…

…to be continued…

PT/TB

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I would not find myself catching very many of thesePT, on Reverse Creek, June Lake loop, CA…1954…

If I did not, in due course, invest some time in reading and learning what some of the great tiers are up to. Skip Morris is one of my favorites. His new book, which came out in late 2009, caught my eye the other day, as I was browsing my local Fly Shop. I would highly recommend his most current read to anyone that is interested ,in what he, and a batch of other talented tiers (new and old) have offered up. A two hour tying DVD rounds out the book package…

“TROUT FLIES FOR RIVERS”, Skip and Carol Ann Morris…

One may peruse the book HERE:


Now, I gotta’ get back to playing with the bugs…

Stirring things up in Reverse Creek with my brother, Greg…

PT/TB

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In the next week or so (Sat. 10.10 or Sun 10.11), I will post new Baetis/BWO patterns and the story of how my son Michael was introduced to Fly Fishing and how he now outperforms his Pop …(sometimes)…

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Ally and Michael at the Mt. Whitney Fish Hatchery on Oak Creek just North of Independence, CA…

This is where Michael saw his first REALLY big Rainbow, in the brood stock pond behind the kids…This, is a great place to suck ’em -( the wee ones) -into FF…

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Michael, taking a break on The Owens…

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Michael, sending Slugs and Sabots into a profile target from a Benelli M1 Super 90…

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Ally, climbing on the rocks at Trumbull Lake…

Michael and Ally at Trumbull Lake Campground…this is where they both caught loads of fish when they were starting…

Ally and PT, goofing around in Deep Springs Valley…

Angelo, with his stick,takes it all in….

PT/TB :popcorn:

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