10 anglers sat around the campfire after fishing on Friday. A lot of fish were caught, mostly white bass. Yellow bass, largemouth bass, freshwater drum, gar, and buffalo also came to hand.
On Saturday the rest of the crew arrived. The count I have is 22 TTF folks on the water on Saturday.
The fly of the day seemed to be a version of the Cowen’s Coyote, in a size 8.
There is probably a list of flies that worked that day. If it was small, and looked alive, it seemed to catch fish.
Sandbar with anglers Welcome to Harmon Creek Marina Gummy minnow catches white bass Buffaloed, by Eric Gummy minnow is still working for Mike S. Some white bass were larger Another fly that worked that day, Cypert’s minnow TFF had company on the sandbar Best kept secret White bass to hand, Mike S. How far did we go upstream? Mike S. and another nice fish The campfire on Friday night. Headed upstream. I think this is John E. Mike S. keeps catching fish Larry and “?” telling stories between casts Q is on a mission to find fish Headed to the fishing hole. Whose feet is this? John E. and a nice LMB The campground as we are headed out Eric ready to fish, but not there yet. Q in his “honey-hole” Campfire Saturday night. Fewer folks 😦 Mike S. just keeps catching Q actually did find a lot of fish in his favorite hole. CPR another white bass TFF anglers stacked up at another fishing hole. Floating fly line worked Glen found some more fish Here is what the river looked like from “Puck’s” camera in the morning. TFF just got out and started fishing here. Larry is terrorizing these poor fish John P.. found a few here Larry, “Fish on!” Puck landed a yellow bass. Pictures from the Harmon Creek Marina Outing Like this: Like Loading...
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Looks like you finally hit the right day. Good to see a good turnout of fishers. good variety of fish too. Congratulations guys!