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www.grtu.org • Fishing with Ewell Nov. 8th
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Fishing with Ewell Nov. 8th

Posted: Mon Nov 16, 2009 6:33 pm
by jacofish
Picture of secret location.
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on the water after rigging up
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The water upstream looked really good, but got too deep.
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A little sunny.
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My first fish of the day that I landed.
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Ewell with another.
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A nice sunny.
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Can't wait to come back with a kayak.
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And looking downstream.
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We thought we heard some thunder, and after Ewell checked his phone we realized that the clouds were actually headed our way.
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The final downstream stretch.
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Is it fall or was this just from the drought?
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Another good day on the water, thanks to Ewell.

Re: Fishing with Ewell Nov. 8th

Posted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 8:27 am
by Ron Mc
Hi Jake - that's a great spot. Thanks for sharing the photos friend.
Ewell is a great fishing partner.

Re: Fishing with Ewell Nov. 8th

Posted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 10:00 am
by Jimbo Roberts
I love Ewell's hat, that thing could double as a tent!
The Bald Cypress are fine. They drop their leaves every fall and grow them back in the spring. They are also falling on the Guadlupe tailrace area and they cause all kinds of difficulties with our fishing and especially nymph/indicator fishing until they clear out in a couple of weeks.
Jimbo

Re: Fishing with Ewell Nov. 8th

Posted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 9:54 pm
by pilot0829
Nice photos. I'm no expert, but my guess as to why the trees have drastically changed this year compared to other years, is the drought paralleled with the early freeze and colder weather that we are experiencing. Like I said it's just my theory.

Re: Fishing with Ewell Nov. 8th

Posted: Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:07 am
by Jimbo Roberts
pilot0829 wrote:Nice photos. I'm no expert, but my guess as to why the trees have drastically changed this year compared to other years, is the drought paralleled with the early freeze and colder weather that we are experiencing. Like I said it's just my theory.
No, this is really a natural and yearly process they go through just like other deciduous trees.
They are techniquely Taxodium Distichum.
Jimbo

Re: Fishing with Ewell Nov. 8th

Posted: Mon Nov 23, 2009 9:07 am
by Ron Mc
here's last fall, same river about 15 miles down
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