Gin-clear water, mostly rocky bottom with some sandy patches...heavily wooded high limestone bluffs...its a beautiful place.
We wet-waded and flyfished our way downstream. We tried lots of flies, because the fish would like one thing, then 10 minutes later they would ignore it. Change fly and catch more, repeat.
My most successful flies were beadhead Woolly Buggers, in chartreuse or yellow.
Jay was catching as many...if not MORE...bass on a dark brown (almost black) #6 DDH Leech.
Jay doing battle with a fish:
Jay with probably the biggest bass of the day, which surprisingly attacked a pink foam grasshopper:
Here's a chunky one I caught: