Nebraska Tailwalkers," which are a hi-bred variety known for dancing on the water when hooked. Derrick and Ryan both caught some trout as well, but they were filleted before I got a chance to snap a photo. I fished for bass, but was left with a skunk. The folks at the ranger station said the trout bite was "so-so," and the bass bite died a few days ago. By the early afternoon the wind picked up, and it was a little to windy to enjoy the water.
They made us launch at the bottom of this ramp so we would be out of the way of the power boaters. The rocks were slick and hazardous, so I am surprised none of us got wet launching. If the staff ever tells you to launch here, don't listen to them. Get your stuff ready in the parking lot or at the camp site, go to the boat ramp, and scoot your yak over to the side.
Ryan peddling back in
My wife is wanting to do a lot more camping this year, I would like to get into the mountains more, and fish the coast more. The rockfish opener is in May, but the Halibut start moving in soon. Hopefully my luck on the salt water is better than my luck in the freshwater has been this year. One thing I can tell you, if any of the folks who came down to the fish and chill wanted to hang I would be down. :D
Thanks for reading,
Article on the "Nebraska Tailwalker." : http://www.fishexplorer.com/ca/articles.asp?action=det&aid=72
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