Yeah, I know what you're thinking. "Sure Wade, you might be Mister Big Shot when it come to those Lehigh Valley limestoners like Monocacy Creek but lets be honest, I'll bet you don't know squat about the interior of the Bob Marshall Wilderness? What's next, a report on Bushkill Creek?? How about tossing up some shots of places we haven't seen before and we might be a tad more impressed than that lame post on Monocacy Creek, sheesh of all places."
Okie-dokie, here ya go then...
John W in his never ending search for those elusive South Fork Bull Trout. He's a long way from the Skelly water on the Falling Springs Branch.
Yep, John has jettisoned his omnipresent and ever reliable version of Gary LaFontaine's classic Double Wing dry fly and is now nymphing the South Fork. That's not something you see everyday.
Bowhunter Mike uses the small stream techniques he honed back home on Prouty Run and the South Woods Branch to put a hurtin' on those little Big Salmon Creek cutthroats.
This is the outlet stream of Big Salmon Lake just about 1/2 mile above it's confluence with the South Fork. The grizzlies here seem to have a real hankering for wet wading fly fishermen.
Bowhunter casing out the Spotted Bear for western memorabilia that will go well with his two buffalo rugs back home.