Rain got you down? Don’t be so sad, it’s great for brook trout fishing! (Probably good for most trout streams).
I’ll try to find a stream that fits most peoples desires. My only preference would be to make it a half day (although, to be honest, it’s so hard for me to leave a stream), but I am willing to treat myself to a full day of fishing if other people would like to do so. (Don’t treat the start and end times too seriously as of yet, but a 7am start is likely either way).
Also, this is NOT an introductory trip, so please either have attended one of my introductory fishing sessions or have some prior experience. (I can offer some guidance on the stream, but I’ll let you retrieve your own line from the bushes if you snag them.)
The club has three fishing sets and two NEW waders which should open up more possibilities 🙂
If you don’t already have a fishing license, you can buy one at http://secure01.virginiainteractive.org/horf/
The base one is $18. Depending on where we decide to go, it may cost an additional $4 (National Forest) and/or $18 (Stocked Trout). Or, If we go to a fee fishing area, it would just be $18 + fee (usually $6.50).