Well, this past weekend was incredible for me and a couple friends! We left OKC at 4:30am Friday morning and were on the water by 8:30am. It's right at 4 hours for us to get there (SE Corner) from OKC. Weather was awesome. Bluebird day, 70 degrees. We drove strait to the lost creek area and began working from the downstream end back to the top. I decided to leave my TFO in the car and use my $12 4wt Riverbeast ebay special with Allen Alpha 3/4. I had tied a bunch of Olive Hare's Ears and figured I would start with those.
We started hooking up instantly. First hole, first cast, bam, fish on. I started getting really excited. I knew this was gonna be a great day! Aaaaaaand it was. We went on to fish up Lost Creek and by the time I got halfway to the top I had brought over 20 to the net! They were slammin Olive Hare's Ears like crazy.
Small section of Lost Creek toward the end where we started. I pulled over 8 fish out of the pocket just right of the fast water in the center of the picture in a matter of 15 minutes.
May not be the biggest thing in the world but still a blast!
Little nicer one.
Another nicer fish just after I set him back in the water. So pretty. He finally figured out the right direction to swim
I found this guy in a small pool and fished it hard hoping to pull him out and it paid off!
Really fun fishing up against these bluffs. We had them all to ourselves! Where we are standing its about 9in deep and up next to the bluffs its around 5 to 6ft deep. A lot of fun!
We needed to leave around 2pm on Saturday, but we decided to give it 15 more minutes and I'm glad we did! Josh pulled this guy out of Lost Creek back by the car on a #20 cream zebra midge! (17" which as far as I know is a very nice fish for down there. Heck, that's a nice fish in my book period!)
This is Evening Hole Saturday morning. I always feel like I'm not in Oklahoma when I'm down here.
I decided to keep a fish count and I ended up with:
Friday - 53
1/2 Saturday - 25
All in all we had a blast! It was awesome weather and great fishing. Hope you enjoy reading about it!