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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Carpe Diem

Brother Jack and I caught several desert bone fish during a very enjoyable weekend fly fishing on a ranch near Othello, Central Washington. Don't knock these fish until you try them. They require a cast at just the right time to have the fly sink inches front of their eyes. Even then, many refusals, so the gods have to hold you in their favor to be even in the game.

This is magnificent country. Would be worth a trip just to see the geological features. The Columbia River provides water for irrigation and creates seep lakes in this otherwise barren scab land. We drove right past famous trout waters such as the Yakima River and seep lakes like Lake Lenice for our annual Golden Bonefish adventure. I think we made the right choice.

Tony Soltys
President Raincountry Flyfishers

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