Another weekend and again weather warnings.
This time it actually rained but luckily the lightning storms did not happen.

Again extremely low water, combined with the lowering of the weir at the watermill for
the bypass they are building meant that fish where concentrated in the few left over 
deep pools. Never seen so many and big fish concentrated at one spot.
The down side ... overgrown banks and very wary fish. 
You could catch a few from the school and then it was all over.

As it was still warm and some spots where not fishable from the bank I did some
wet wading to get better shots at the fish.
At my hot spot for trout the low water was costly on my nymph supply but I did get
one single rainbow trout, a rare catch these days as they are officially not allowed in the stream
because it is regarded as an invasive species by some burocrats.

I could elude all the downpours, the last one while dining in the pub.
Fall is upon us as the swallows in the city have already gone south and leaves are
starting to fall.
Trout season closes mid october so we got to make the best of the
time we still have left.

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