The Road Goes On Forever

    “The road goes on forever and the party never ends.”

    Robert Earl Kean

    If there is a place where the road goes on forever, it’s probably in Wyoming and that’s where I was headed.

    Had my best friend riding shotgun, the tank was full of gas, we were headed out for Dubois and going to get there fast.

    Word was the fish were hungry and we had flies to feed ‘em.  There were rods and boots and waders, more than we’d be needing.

    You have be prepared when your party’s on the move.

    We were camping in a log house, fishing every stream and every groove.

    Cutties came in bunches, most were fat not lean.  There were also lots of Whitefish and one impressive Brown that made me feel humble for the joy that I had found.

    They came to hand like the colors come to Fall.  The days flew by so quickly, we couldn’t catch them all.

    We turned around and headed south with thanks and satisfaction for roads that go forever and where fishing never ends.

     

    The Roads

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    South of Elk Mt

    I-80 Eastbound

    Waldon, CO Vets and Ferraris

    Rabbit Ears Pass 9-23-16

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    The Rios

    Below BC on EF2

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    Run in to Big Pool on the Wiggins Fork

     

    The Fishing

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    The Fish

    (all fish were released happy and healthy!)

    Below Thunderhead 2

    E Fork between BC and WF

    EF below WF

    EF between BC and WF

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    The Co-Pilot

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    The Cabin

    Our cabin

     

    The Runner

    Last day with the Warrior Truck

    The End
    Picking a winner on the East Fork

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    2 Responses to “The Road Goes On Forever”

    • Thalia

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      Well, this looks pretty fun and pretty hysterical. There couldn’t be a better fishing trip, whether from the front or from behind!!!!

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