The water was clear, and the wind wasn’t too bad as I waded the shoreline. The bottom was firm, and the wading was easy. And I spooked multiple carp that were feeding in less than 2 foot of water.
Mosquitoes are the bane of the gulf coast, but here I found that deer flies are a major nuisance.
I saw a small mouth jump completely out of the water in an attempt to catch a dragonfly.
Next week I’ll take larger flies, my kick-boat, and a set of clothes dosed against the swarms of deer flies that hounded me today.