|I Was Awarded the Gold Today|
|A Henry's Fork Rainbow|
Thus, I headed down to Blackfoot Reservoir today to visit my favorite summertime carp flat.
|A Willing Player Breaks Up the Algae Mat|
Given the sheer size of the reservoir (18,000 acres), the hardest part about fishing here in August is simply locating the carp. The lake is full of weeds and algae and the visibility is terrible.
Today I was fortunate enough to locate a school of about 20 tailing carp in shin-deep water while they worked on the landscaping.
|Hello Again, Backing|
It only took a few minutes to remind myself why I love carp. This was the most fun I've had in a long while.
I have a few friends who still aren't fly fishing for carp. They are missing out, big time.
"If you're not down with the brown, you need to get out of town."