Sunday, October 17, 2010

Fishing Henrys again

With rain and snow predicted at Henrys Lake, I still ran up to get a few hours in.  We thought the storm would roll in about 11, but it rolled in about 9.

I got there early and had caught eight cutts before the sun started to come over the eastern skyline.  The clouds were rolling in, but a beautiful eastern sky made catching fish a little more enjoyable.


Before the weather chased me off, I was able to fish next to some fishing friends.  Dave from Utah who is "Utah's Greatest Olympic Diver"  (another story for another time) and Garth from Burley, Idaho, helped me laugh about some old experiences.  A very enjoyable few hours. 

The cutthroats were willing as I caught a total of 14 for the morning before I headed in to protect my camera from the rain and snow.




Another wild day in Idaho.

13 comments:

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Great photo. I'm glad the trout were biting.

Shirleyanne said...

A wonderful sunset Bill with some decent size fish caught by the looks of it! Take care!

Monts said...

Great shots Bill. seems like a fine dew hours fishing in good company. You can't beat it.

Mary Howell Cromer said...

Awesome sunset and that fish looks big and you caught quite a few, fortunate you~

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

It's a tough life you lead up there in the wilds of Idaho Bill ;>)...absolutely beautiful pictures, every one.

Barefoot from Heaven said...

Hi there Bill, having fun an the water is always fun. Love both shots. The color of that fish is amazing...you did let it go did yea?

Hope you get home safe and sound without a wet suit.
Hugs D.

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Janie said...

That's a beautiful cutt. Nice that you got in a few casts before the storm.

Melissa B. said...

Wow...I'm seriously impressed! Look at that sky, and the size of that fish...

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Pam said...

Both shots are fantastic catches of the day, Bill.. well done!

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

Wonderful post and the sunset shot is beautiful
Maggie

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