I got out flyfishing for bit late Saturday evening. The weather was warm...about 74 degrees. Wind was gusty, but usually fishable.
I started off catching some nice Bluegills on a Springbrook Wunder microjig under an indicator. Many were around this size:
I also caught 3 Largemouth Bass. I took a picture of the smallest one...because it was so cute:
Later in the evening, it started misting pretty heavily. I could see the waves of it under the nearby softball field lights. It didn't sprinkle...it didn't really even drizzle...just a heavy mist. Eventually, although I was comfortably dry, my glasses got covered in tiny droplets to the point I could barely see. I called it a night.
Monday, October 15.... I went flyfishing during lunch today. Visited a nearby public pond. Apparently the rain we had over the weekend had little effect on pond water levels. The water did seem a bit clearer than it had been, though.
I caught around 20 Bluegills. I also caught 4 small naturally-occurring Hybrid Sunfish. All the fish were caught on a #10 unweighted chartreuse Woolly Bugger. Although the Hybrids were considerably smaller than the Bluegills I was catching, I had to take a picture of one of the colorful Hybrids: