Quite a day, when I meet Michel this morning it was really hot and stuffy, but quite quickly the wind started to get up, which to be honest was quite refreshing, but as the day went on I heard what sounded like a big lorry on a bumpy road, but it wasn’t it was thunder and then lightning, so it was time to put the rod down a wait a few minutes to see what was going to happen, what happened was it poured down with huge spots of rain, but as the shower eased it was amazing the amount of olives coming off, but nothing coming up for them, it was getting blacker and blacker and then more rain, it had been around an hour of waiting for things to calm down so it was time to head for home, but it wasn’t a total wash out as Michel had loads of trout and a few grayling on both dries and nymphs before the weather changed for the worse.
May 19, 2014
Quite A Day
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