The day started off foggy and cold
But the "worker bees" soon had camp in shape. (3)
Larry Schmidt: "Yeah, shorts! Is there something wrong with that?"
Some of the anglers, including this non club member, brought various craft to drift the river.
Anything from pontoon boats, kayaks, inflatable or otherwise, up to including a fulll sized drift boat made up the fleet.
Another non member angler, Looks like a good way to drift the river.
An art shot!
The long and winding road. (actually a short road that leads to the limit line below the dam.)
Around 10 am the weather really started to break and the sun broke through.
Joe Balderston, drifting a riffle.
Fish on! It turned out to be about a nine inch salmon smolt. Joe said he stuck one nice 15" steelhead.
John Highsmith getting ready to move in on Joe if he catches any more fish.
Pete wondering how three guys can fish the same riffle.
Some non-members enjoying the day. (#16 names?)
(#18, same as 17)
Another art shot.
Yup, another art shot. I know art when I see it.
Robert Ladd, DFF member, putting on a display in front of camp.
No, I wasn't kidding. Neither was Robert!
Larry Schmidt looking on as Steve Cooper talks to a prospective member.
Charlie Reames warming some Polish dogs and himself as well.
Loyal Hall and Earl Summers getting ready to heat up the chili.
The weather turned out perfect.
The club had a great turnout and we introduced ourselves to a few potential members, HAPPY NEW YEAR!