|A view from the warren bank of the Mighty Musky|
Well i got home from work early, and twisted up some orders real quick. I then ran down to the Finesville dam to get footage for part 4 in the serious. On the way home, I had a about a hour of light left, so I decided to hit a short section of the pohatcong creek, which i enjoy. I tied on the peeking caddis because it has a tungsten bead on it, then about 10" of line going back to the blood dot. I used a salmon egg with a flame yolk. It was a size 16.
Well it was only the third drift and boom. A nice bow took the blood dot. I worked my up a 200 yard stretch rather quickly as light was running out. I got several more bows on the blood dot and I got one respectable wild brown on the peeking caddis.
|A lonely male mallard. A lot of great tying materials there.|
|A busy beaver, perhaps trying to rebuild the dam.|
The winning producer. The blood dot
|The peeking caddis got my only wild brown.|