Monday, November 9, 2009

Fall Little Red River Fishing Report (Part I)

We are back from our second trip to Arkansas and the World Famous Little Red River for this year. We caught lots of fish; some more than others and some larger than others. It was good to get away for a long weekend and experience one of the more scenic rivers in the South. I could write a lot of stories, most of them would contain inside jokes and maybe some that I shouldn't repeat. So, I will just give a couple reports in photos to help get our readers through their day at work, surfing the internet (yes, we understand a fly fisher needs a break from time to time). The photos don't really do our trip justice, but, hopefully everyone enjoys viewing them half as much as we enjoyed taking them.

Sneaking Across the Border

A High Flow on the Mighty Mississippi

Read the Signs Carefully

Our First Fish was a Hatchery Brat


A Little Red River Brown

Caught & Released

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