I wanted to get some creek time in before Tropical Storm Debby showed up, so I made a trip this afternoon. By the time I got back home the projected path changed and now we’re currently in the clear here in Baton Rouge. I’m sure that could change tomorrow, the computer models are all over the place.
Water levels are low, making clarity excellent. It was super hot out there too, but once I was in the water I didn’t really notice the heat. Most aggressive fish on the water today were the longear, in full spawning regalia. Spotted bass were caught too, including one that was just a hair under a pound. Doesn’t sound like much, but it was a decent fish for this creek. Totally unexpected coming from the run I caught him in.
The day ended with a freak 15 minute thunderstorm, thing came out of nowhere, had the big trees swaying. It cooled off the temp quite a bit and put some fog on the water. It was pretty cool walking back to the car.
a waterfall in La.? Is there rock under there? or something man-made?
Yeah, I found a rapid in south La! There is rock under there, like some kind of conglomerate. Not sure if it is man-made or natural though.