I have an old friend Steve that is a great collector. He has a world class collection of museum quality pieces. His buddy was more like what you are saying. One day Steve invites his friend over to go hunt a creek. Unbeknownst to his friend Steve planted a point that he had written his friend's name on the back. So as they were "hunting" his friend finds the somewhat obviously placed point. He was so excited to find his first point until Steve flipped it over and said "yeah and it's got your name all over it!"
Some one figured they could save some money by shutting down the bathrooms.To bad their mother doesn't need to use it.I had my wife ,daughter and grandson down over the weekend and no bathroom facilities,pretty sad to say the least.
Weather was hot and the wet wading was comfortable. Crowds were moderate on wednesday, but it looked like a floodgate event on thursday. The water is slightly high and sight fishing is tuff in most areas. My wife knocked them out of the park on the first day. She was dead drifting a gray scud in the deeper runs. Tight lining with no indicator for those who might ask. She was putting the hammer on me, so I moved off a little farther downstream. Didn't want to draw attention to the fact that she caught them and I didn't. This is a trick that I learned from "Foghorn". His wife quite often puts the hammer on him. There were lots of families with kids fishing on thursday. You really had to be conscious of back casts and hook sets. Sometimes the kids would just wander around behind you. It was good to get out even though the fishing is far from up to par at bssp. Most of the fish were dinks with an occasional small fish. I found two gut feeders that were borderline lunkers but failed to fool either one.