Scouting the Blues

Sunday I decided to scout some blue lines (wild trout water) I haven't fished before. I usually like to take the camera to snap some pics along the hike. The weather was cool, dry and the water was at perfect levels for the roughly 3 mile hike. stopped by the local Apple house to start off then I seen old home sites that once stood in the early 1900's only later to be taken out by flooding. Much history back in here, will be back with the fly rods and waders next time, a sweet spot this is. Hope you enjoy the shots I took along the way.

PS. Took her by a magical little place to meet my Deer friends..lol

Old Cider press

Crystal clear waters

In the bottoms!

One of the old home sites

The flood took her at only 16yrs old.

Fun with tree shrooms

Love the Super Zoom on my Nikon

They let me stalk close

Fun with Honey Jars!


  1. John
    Outstanding pics, and the scenery is fantastic. I really like the old home places and past history that goes along with old home places. Thanks for sharing

  2. WOW! Fantastic photos and so much in each one. I love the single grave but the action shots of the deer are amazing. The doe jumping the fence...capturing her in mid air...I'm speechless. Truly awesome! Thanks for sharing these gems.

  3. Bill.. Thank you! I enjoy researching the areasi fish.. So much history out here. Makes the journey so much more fun.

    Lb.. Thank you so very much! Being a flyfisherman I've always felt I've had good Karma with the deer. Now that I've started shooting bow again.. Next year I may not be so lucky with getting this close..haha!

  4. nice pictures, pretty day on the water


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