What a great time. There I said it again. Had a good group of guys...Matt lead the group of Mike Q., George S., Scott B., Mike H., Denis A., and myself. We arrived to this cabin...
A closer look at the back of cabin and the rear deck.
Bear is starting to stock the fridge.
A look out in the back yard!
Nother look the other way.
This is where my brother Scott G. was married! Go figure right!
Mike Q. needs a low overhead sign. He clears the light fixtures by only 1/2" or so.
This guy couldn't wait nor could George, Scott, or I for that matter.
Around 6:00PM Friday we met our newest club outing member, Mike Hart. It didn't take long for us to see that he fits right in with the group so it was time to go and find some grub and that we did. Chicken Fried everything was on the menu tonight at Lucky's Cafe. Hot wings, pints of shiners, cold fresh salads dripping with Ranch so thick you could spread it with a rake and mash potatoes and gravy! Did I miss sumpthin'? After dinner at Lucky's there in Sattler we returned to the cabin to rig equipment and tell stories. Quigley my friends, is full of them. So much so in fact there is a new I Phone App out called I-QUIG it has all of Mike's one-liners... hold on it takes a while to download! Meeting time for the group was 8:00 am Saturday AM and so we turned in for some shut eye. The snoring was minimized by the fresh hillcountry air I guess 'cause it was pretty quite.
We woke up to this.
Pretty rough conditions wouldn't you say?
TEXAS Hill country Post Cards!
The water had a slight stain to it from the recent rain earlier this week.
Denis worked this hole all day long and was rewarded with several landed and several escapes too.
Scott B. working his "bobber" and dropper rig.
Quigley was a hoss and worked his steelhead drifting techniques at this beautiful location.
My only strike of the trip came right where I am pointing. Three head shakes and a "see ya" was I all could muster.
I drifted this spot in front of these two bIg cypress trees for an hour, there had to be some fish here.
Well anyways as you could see Texas is still one beautiful place and we are graced by the good Lord above to be here sharing time with others in his presence. I am hoping others will send me or Dave kelly more photos AND THEIR STORIES
As Bear said in his thread Brent and Amy were very hospitable at their new shop REELFLY. The folks down at Action Angler were eager to share their knowledge and very friendly too. Breakfast at "Sweeties" Sunday consisted of Texas sized Biscuits smothered with Sausage and cream gravy. Whew wee brother! YOU MISSED IT!
CONGRATULATIONS TO DENIS AUGER YOU BESTED ALL ON THE RIVER THIS DAY!