Wednesday, May 8, 2019
May 4, 2019
I fished a very productive looking run only to break off my entire nymph rig on some submerged structure. After rerigging I moved up and maned my first fish on my Sage X 4100-4. It was a Owens Valley Speckled Dace. Definitely proof that spending big bucks on fancy rods has its merits. All joking aside, I guess I can add it to the species list. Fishing here was disappointing especially the difficulty accessing the good parts of the water so we drove further downstream to explore. It looked much the same and while speaking with a local, he told us that access to the water is so hard now that NV no longer allows cattle grazing in this area. They used to create the pathways into the water.