I am noticing the board is getting scarce with fishing reports, so here's a brief one.
JayB decided to get me out o fmy current funk by suggesting we leave work at 4 on Thursday and hit the park. Before we left, I pulled up wunderground and saw that there was a good sized thunderstorm with almost no motion dumping rain on the LR watershed. But we went anyway. We noticed the river was chocolate milk in townsend and up all three prongs at the WYE. BUT when we got to the top of Tremont road, it was clear that while Lynn Camp prong was chocolate milk and high, Thunderhead was high and stained, but not so much that you couldn't see to the bottom. Before the metal foot bridge, I started fishing one of the parachute yellow jackets I tied this winter (for pic see fly tying forum). I caught a 6" bow the first time it hit the water, which of course means I would be skunked for the rest of the evening... I had a few strikes and misses on a parachute adams (grey and yellow ones) as well as on a neversink I borrowed from Jason. The canopy was good at catching most of the rain that part wasn't too bad and by the time we left, it had stopped altogether.
I wish I had brought my camera, but I didn't. Jason took his, and he caught a 7" bow and had another good sized fish on that managed to shake free as he was getting it out of the water, but I don't think he took any pics. He'll have to comment on that,
All in a great couple of hours at the end of aday to be on the water.