The GRTU lease permits went on sale 1 October. They are very handy to increase access to the river. Keep in mind that most of the river's banks are private property and so are the parking lots. A pass opens up quite a bit more of the river.
Tough day. Scott F won with a 25, John P got a 24, Golden got a 16.5 and that was it for reds. Dave G got a 16 trout, Scott B got a 10 & 6 trout and Golden got a 6-8 in Mangrove Snapper. The water was roiled up and the wind was strong.
Greg Berlocher asked me if I had any photos for an article he's writing on fly fishing for sheepshead. I don't have any but I said I'd ask if any of y'all have one he can use. Please let me or Greg know if you do. Thanks.
I am releasing 3 of the smaller bungalows from our reservation. That means we now have 3 Bungalows left with room for 2 each. These will be gone this Friday at noon if you don't sign up and contact me. Also, if I don't hear from you regarding Sat dinner, I will not order for you. Friday noon is the deadline!
Great story, Mike & thanks for the tips. Tracy's ex lives up there so her daughter decided that's where she wants to get married. She & her fiancee live near Dallas, so my choices otherwise would be something like White Rock Lake if she were to stay home to get hitched. Bows & brownies ?!?!, Berry pie? Heck yeah! I'm there! Just gotta wait until next year for them to do the deed. Better stock up on PTO.
Has anyone in the club fished this area? It's supposed to be a great trout stream. Tracy's daughter is getting married in Crane, MO next year and seeing as the creek runs through town, I think I'll bring my 3 & 5 wts.