Yesterday's fishing on the lower Yellowstone River was for the birds. Despite favorable weather conditions, we caught very little. I did, however, snag this picture of a bald eagle perched in a tree along the river.
The fishing on the upper Yellowstone was much better today. Casting hoppers all day, I caught browns, rainbows, and a cutbow. As for the birds, we passed under a tree in which two bald eagles were perched. It was a magnificent sight, but I was too slow to grab a picture.
Now it's back to the real world, where incomplete manuscripts and a massive stack of FAR forms await.