Hit the Teton for a bit today. Could not buy a bite for the first while. Eventually midges started popping off. Though, I had to do some searching before I could find any active fish. When I did find them it was a productive hole. I enjoyed just sitting and watching the fish rise, and rise again. I sat there trying to guess their size and whether they were a cut, a bow, or a whitefish.
Here's a brief clip where one cut came right up to the bank where I was sitting. I must have been there long enough for it to think I was part of the landscape.
I'm pretty sure that I caught the following bows both twice. I cannot say that I have ever had that happen before. I do not think my camera worked right the first time I was trying to photograph the bow without front fins. I thought I was going to be skunked today, until I found this spot.
This bow had a wacky mouth, and I wish I'd gotten a better shot of it, but the fins made it easy to recognize the second time it was caught.
This cut shows the infamous parasite that plagues the Teton River. It sure uglies up a beautiful fish.