The busy fall season is starting to slow down...at least for a few days. I've taken some time off to celebrate the holidays with the family. It's been nice to come off the daily grind for a while. Some exciting stuff took place on the river this past year. We had fairly awesome fishing all year. We started off last spring with some stellar march brown and caddis hatches. Eased through summer with some sweet days catching fish on hoppers and some trip to the "fork" and dry run creek crushing fish on cicadas. The fall season was silly. Streamer bite was awesome as well as nymphing. We had low water days of sight casting to monster browns, and days of super high water boating over 60 browns a day. The boys from Southern Culture on the Fly came down to do a story and get some bent rods. I posted about these guys last week. Follow that link and it will take you to their website and blog. They just added some cool new photos from there trip. These are just teaser shots of what will be to come in the Jan. issue! Y'all check em out! This photo is courtesy of Steve Seinberg of S.C.O.F.