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... stayed in the pool. Curt had taught me that they get
spooked when they get close to the bank and will make another big run after you
have got them in, and do it she did. Raced back out into the middle of the
river, screaming reels bit. Then she did again when I got her in and curt got
in the water, but the tutorials had paid off I was expecting all this and just
kept up the pressure and she was in the net. Laughter and tears are and odd
... not hooked at all. So true. I did
not feel cross or sad but happy and respect. The fish had given of its all and
this was enough to beat me, the better man won. The whole thing took 10 minutes
but felt like hours.
Carrying on fishing after that was hard as I felt both physically and
emotionally exhausted. We dropped down a bit further and I caught a big bull
trout. We saw a huge fish "rolling” where the head and back come
completely out of the ...
... the net.
She, it had been a female fish, was a big one high twenties to low thirties
they reckoned. My arm ached and had started to shake so I had difficulty
picking her up. But I did for my photos and then gently let her slide back into
the river and gone. Done it again and this was bigger than Tuesday, the loss of
the earlier fish now forgotten and eclipsed by this. Then exhaustion.
We fished on but ...
... beach was a black bear. When it spotted us it finished
its drinking and dived back into the forest.
I was left incredulous, there not 50 yards away was a wild black bear.
We hardly had time to recover from that site when we spotted a coyote just wandering
along the bank. Oblivious of us it just cantered on, we stopped the boat and
followed it with cameras until he popped into the forest.
Only to ...
... wind had got up and unlike yesterday it was cold.
Once they had left Curt and I set off upstream to a place where the river
divided around an island. Starting with this huge fly rod and a blue weighted
fly I set off to see if I could Spey cast. Really hard work so by the time we
had reached the bottom of the run I am pleased to stop and have some lunch.
Recharged I went out once more with a spinning rod" the fish finder