Wednesday, August 04, 2010

Pink Boat Tomorrow

Another good day on the Yellowstone with a couple of my favorite and longest clients. Fish are still eating stonefly nymphs, not so much on hoppers today but it was pretty cloudy and tough to see much on the surface other than a big pink thingamabobber. Tried a sculpin most of the afternoon, hooked one Rainbow on it, everything else on the lightning bug. Nothing big but lots of decent rainbows and even a few whitefish just to keep it interesting.

Tomorrow is my day with the Rowing for the Cure boat. The purpose of using the boat is to try to raise some money for breast cancer research. I will be donating my guide fees ($450) for the days I use the boat to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation of Montana. In addition to this, I hope that some or all of my clients and friends will show some support as well. Checks can be mailed to Fins & Feathers of Bozeman, 81801 Gallatin Rd. Bozeman, MT. 59714. Please make checks payable to the Susan G. Komen Foundation of Montana. We will forward the payment along and send you a receipt for your charitable contribution. This issue is very close to me and my family, please help with anything you can afford.

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