August Photo Mashup

I’ve gotten a bit behind on updating my blog in the past couple of weeks.  I don’t really have any real reason other than I have spent a lot of my summer vacation fishing and not thinking much about it.  Although the weather has been unseasonably hot, the fishing has remained very good.  I’ve finally been able to make back out to the South Fork of the Snake River and fish are taking hoppers very readily.  The cooler weather in the mornings and evenings has been providing great streamer fishing for large trout.

Hopper Time

Great Colors On SF Browns

A Decent SF Bow

Another Close Up


A Chunky Brown

Decent Cuttie on the Hopper

More of the Same Brown

# 1 Reason I Throw Streamers

Smiling for the Camera

Cutties Love Meat!

One Heck of a Crazy Hatch and I Only Saw One Fish Feeding

Chris With a Nice Sized Cutt

In Case You Were Wondering…This Is How You Straight Arm a Fish

A Fat and Healthy Wild Bow

The Fish Were Loving the new Streamer Pattern Chris Tied Up

Chris With a Cutt that Fell for a Little Foam Hopper

Chunky Hybrid…Couldn’t Resist a Swinging fly

One Beat Up Fish…Notice Half Its tail is missing

A Beautiful Hybrid and my Last Fish of the Float

I must say that these cooler nights and shorter days are beginning to get me excited for fall fishing.  Fall provides some of the best fishing of the year.  The fish are doing all they can to fatten up for winter and will readily hit a well placed streamer.  Cooler weather helps the trout become much more active again and fishing can remain good all day long.  Chris did a much more thorough write up on our latest trip.  Check it out on his blog at

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