|Dave Henry's fly caght rooster from last week|
By the time Hurricane Carlotta got to us, she had moved inland and broken down to a tropical depression. But, she must have left a huge hole of a low pressure area, because it sucked in all the moisture from the Pacific right down on us. It started raining intensely on Saturday afternoon, with the intense rains lasting through Sunday. We got 12 inches in those two days, but at least there was no wind, or it could have been bad. From Monday, until even as I am typing this on Thursday morning, it has been an on and off again sprinkling, with some measurable rain. It does look like it will be clearing tomorrow (Friday) however, leaving a storm total of about 20 inches.
|Sarah Henry with a nice fly caught jack crevalle fishing with|
Arturo on the panga Janeth
|Sarah with a nice fly caught sierra|
|Cameron Hicks with one of his 12 spin caught roosters.|
Wild shorts! He wanted blue water fishing and came
dressed for it but I talked him into going for roosters
as his best bet.
Ed Kunze (IGFA Representative)
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