Thursday, July 4, 2013

High and Dirty























It's ninety-eleven in the shade over here.

If you're into carp fishing, that's a good thing.

The plan was to take the trailer up to the high country this week for some troutin', but the intense heat and delayed run-off stymied that idea. Instead, the forecast dictated a little time with some carp at Blackfoot Reservoir.





Life has been pretty hectic as of late and we are now officially in 'dog days' mode, but there's always time for getting away to camp with the family in the high country...

...and sneaking out with Shane (pre-heat wave) to a small creek for a few cutties.






















5 comments:

  1. Lots of variety there. Here to but probably more people, at least where I can get to.

    Gregg

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    1. Gregg - as hot as it is here, I can only imagine it's brutal on your side of the state.

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    2. Hey Brent,

      Well, it was a week's worth over 100 to 110 and the hottest season is still to come. Warmest nights I've ever seen here also. The carp are OK-my garden suffered. But you guys were almost that way-strange stuff.

      Gregg

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  2. I think you've covered this before, but what camera are you using? Stellar shots, man.

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    1. Thanks Ty. It's an Olympus EPM-1 with an underwater housing, a Zen Pen wide-angle dome port and an Olympus 8-18mm wide angle lens.

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