Today we did a ten mile float from 3-mile landing to Bighorn landing. Skies were clear and we hit the high 80's. We had more luck fishing all dry flies all day. Most of the success was on BWO parachutes and compara duns. We caught enough to keep us happy, but they were not too easy to catch today. Pretty much all browns were caught today, maybe because the rainbows we saw appeared to be setting up in the gravel bars to spawn.
The two major highlights were that we watched about a 3' bull snake swim across the river to us and I was able to get some pretty good pictures. The other was that Mother Feiker and I came across a about a dozen very large carp in a side channel. We tried our best to hook one, but we were not victorious with any of the flies that we threw at them. Probably for the best, as I don't think we would have had much of a chance controlling them on 4-weights. The trout that we caught in the area were fun. The water was skinny, so they would just explode and take aggressive runs after taking the fly. It was great.
Last but not least, learned today that my new Cabela's boat bag was not waterproof as I was led to believe it. So I ended up with a bit of a mess with the stuff I had stored in it. But tomorrow most of the issues should be pretty much dried out and I'll have to line it with a garbage bag for the rest of the trip.