work required me to be in Cleveland for 2 1/2 day starting Monday at 1 pm. since I was being sent to the area and had a whole morning open I figured it was only right to do some homework for the bake. my buddy and I made plans to drive up and fish till 10:30. that'd leave me time for the other b.s.
we got to the river right on time
about 2 hours in we stopped and had a little casting competition (winner is still up in the air)
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we had our hiking boots on and I didn't realize my finger was there
there was a pay off though
that signaled that it was time for me to hit the road and fulfill my work obligations.
after the 2nd day of schooling I decided to go out and hit a river that runs through town. its one that was famous for catching on fire. I like this place. it let me know I was on the right path
no fish were caught, but I can say that this was the first time I've ever wet waded for steelhead in October.
it was a fun trip and it was raining when I left. good sign[/report]
frustrated. After a few "what the fucks?" "i suck"s and a break on shore I convinced her to get back to casting. I clearly remember this question/statement "so you actually think this is fun. These fish are fucked"