I have only fished that area only once. There is a or at least used to be a deep hole under the bridge. I know this because when I was there it was the middle of October and I flooded my waders. Talk about cold.
Scholars have long known that fishing turns men into philosophers. Unfortunately, it is almost impossible to buy decent tackle on a philosopher's salary. - Patrick F. McManus /// My biggest fear is when I die my wife sells my fly fishing gear for what I said I paid for it.
Post by phishphinder on Apr 17, 2009 19:57:40 GMT -5
I have fished several areas on the wildcat from Pyrmont to the Wabash, canoed down and camped overnight. The water changes from year to year and even quicker at times. One time there can be a deep hole and the next season knee deep. You just have to get out and fish. Even if you don't connect a good time is had. The owner of the rental place nearby will drop you off and pick you up for a very reasonable fee.