That Ain't no Dawg
Yes, back on the Squamish. With the howling blizzard in the valley and the snow and wind up on Whistler and Pemberton it was a touch and go decision to head up to the Squamish with a forecast that there would be a break in the weather. It was worth it! With only one truck in front of me and the river having dropped and cleared up it promised to be a great day fishing........with wolves!
The snow had just stopped and when I pulled into my spot for the day, the tracks of the local wolf pack were all around. These weren't nobody's pet poodles......So with the tracks that fresh, I was hopeful that I might be able to spot them.
The first fish of the day weren't too huge but they sure were feisty!
The water had cleared so the bull's radius of attack had expanded considerably and the fishing was steady all day.
At first the fish weren't too big but as the morning wore on and the water temperature climbed to at least a balmy 3 or 4 Celcius the toes de-numbed and the bigger fish seemed to make their presence known.
So, all in all a pretty great day to be out with the fresh snow and the clearing water, the Squamish was in its prime and since I didn't get eaten by wolves, I hope I can get back out there soon! Tight Lines. If you wanna see a pretty good fish then just click on the the adjacent video link.......Squamish Bulls the Movie.
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