We moved on up and Josh tied an Infamous pink worm for a trailer, and boy did he start nailing trout. It was just fish after fish. The old infamous lived up to its reputation today. The wild browns were taking it and so did the wild brook he wrangled up. There were quite a few stoneflies around and got some pics of them.
We then met up with Josh's friend and hit a different stretch of stream. I stuck with the dry fly and didnt get anyone to rise in the area, Josh and his friend got into a good number of wild browns. I departed and headed to my local spring creek for some New Jersey February dry fly action. I found some risers and manged to hook and land one. Then I found a couple more and got another. I went down stream as the sun set on a beautiful day, and took some more cast at some rising trout. My second drift, a brown came up and exploded on the fly but missed it. I laughed and deciced that was enough. What a great February day.
|A gelatinous brown on the Golden Oldie|
|My first wild brown on the dry for February. He put up a great fight.|
|This male had a nice hooked jaw and you see i barley had him hooked.|
|This hen said she love Pink|
|Who says Males dont love pink. Well wild male brown trout certainly like the Infamous pink.|
|A trophy size wild brookie.|
|Notice the really small wings on this stonefly.|
|This little fellow took the little dark olive dun on my favorite New Jersey spring creek.|