I didn’t stick with Colten long, because his success made me all the more hungry for a fish. I snuck back upstream to fish, and saw Travis walking on the road. He stopped to fish across the stream from me, and to my surprise hooked into a fish.
“Thats how it’s done ,Erik!” Travis yelled, as his fish fought.
“Look’s like a nice white fish.” I said back to him.
“No! No, it’s a rainbow!” He protested as the brought it in closer.
“Hold it up then.” I said.
Travis brought the fish in and dropped his rod tip, and the fish got away.
“Did you like that show?” Travis asked. “My favorite part is when I snuck into your spot, and caught a fish where you were about to cast.” Travis continued.
“Yeah, that was a good one.” I said back to him, “It’s like we're friends."
Daylight was running out, and Feef and I were fishing together. We still had no fish to speak of, but together we walked upstream, searching with a streamer. By the time we got back to the vehicle, Nick and Colten were waiting, and Travis had already geared down.
“I saw some fish rising downstream.” Colton said to me, as he pointed. “You should go check it out.”
“Let's go!” I said, as we all walked together.
Indeed there was fish rising, however they were so sporadic, it was hard to time them. I fished with a suspended midge, and got no love. Feef waded in, and started throwing his olive and white Dali Lama.