Forked Tail Prince working. Skating ‘Hilton working. ‘Shrooms along the Rogue River, Oregon.
A hot hatchery Rogue River steelhead that took the Forked Tail Prince Nymph.
A dropper Carpetbagger Nymph and Prince chaser fly. The Brown Fork Tail Prince was this steelhead’s choice.
This nice Rogue River cutthroat trout came to the surface and hit a skated Silver Hilton Fly.
A fresh Hericium mushroom. Hericium species are not common. They tend to grow alone and may appear on the same log year to year. Hericium have a fruity and lemony taste and make an attractive ingredient in shrimp dishes.
Sunny warm days have produced some idyllic autumn moments along the Rogue River, Oregon this mid October. There are plenty of fish to catch in the Rogue River, and if you look hard, mushrooms to find along the banks.