Sunday April 11 fishing

We started out our day with cloud cover, but good temperatures. As we started down the road , we saw deer, big horn sheep, and antelope. The sheep was with the antelope. We got to the river and we were catching fish. This was a good start. Nevaeh fell in the water and needed to change clothes, so we improvised with

Erwin’s rain coat and an extra shirt we brought. We got to stay and flyfish all day! Erwin would catch fish ever time he casted. He caught so many fish, I got tired of taking pictures. Most of the fish ranged 14 inches with some going 17 and a couple 20 inches. I caught a couple whitefish, which we ususally don’t get. Nevaeh always wants a rainbow fish. The majority of the fish are browns. There was a hatch of mayflies and midges. The fish were coming to the service to feed, it was awesome. We didn’t put on any dry flies , we stuck with emergers and nymphs. After fishing, we went to check the horses and saw a herd of about 30 mule deer. It was a great day in the Ruby Valley of Montana to be fly fishing.

One Response to “Sunday April 11 fishing”

  1. scott scoggins says:

    Hey Clarks!!, wish we were joining you this summer. Probably next year. Too broke to travel this year. Enjoyed the posts of the Ruby. Sherry-GET on FACEBOOK!!!! Great free advertising and really easy to post pics etc. I have a bunch i still want to send you from our trip last summer.

    Scott Scoggins

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