Troutnut.com Fly Fishing for Trout Home
User Password
or register.
Scientific name search:

> > Iowa fall colors

Red_green_h has attached these 9 pictures. The message is below.
View Full SizeView Full Size (4.9X larger)
View Full SizeView Full Size (4.9X larger)
Leopard frog in the creek.
Leopard frog in the creek.
View Full SizeView Full Size (4.9X larger)
View Full SizeView Full Size (4.9X larger)
View Full SizeView Full Size (4.9X larger)
View Full SizeView Full Size (4.9X larger)
View Full SizeView Full Size (4.9X larger)
Nice pool, looks very fishable, only has minnows, chubs, a few carp, and maybe, just maybe an isolated northern in a pool here and there.
Nice pool, looks very fishable, only has minnows, chubs, a few carp, and maybe, just maybe an isolated northern in a pool here and there.
View Full SizeView Full Size (4.9X larger)
View Full SizeView Full Size (4.9X larger)
Grave of a child of the first settler in my home town in the 1870s.
Grave of a child of the first settler in my home town in the 1870s.
Red_green_hNovember 6th, 2020, 9:45 am
New Mexico

Posts: 86
My old man turned 80 so off to Iowa we went. I forgot how beautiful it is there in the fall. Here in the west fall is short and you have to time it just right to see leaves. In the mid-west it is an actual season that one can enjoy over a longer period of time. I miss it there.
Ryan Norris
"a day not catching anything is better than a day not fishing at all"

Quick Reply

You have to be logged in to post on the forum. It's this easy:
Username:          Email:

Password:    Confirm Password:

I am at least 13 years old and agree to the rules.
Most Recent Posts
Re: Rod and reel suggestion?
In Gear Talk by 87North (OliverJames replied)
Re: Missouri River
In Fishing Reports by Wbranch
Re: Mayfly ID
In the Identify This! Board by JSY (Jmd123 replied)
Re: Hardy reels for 1&4 wt TXL
In Gear Talk by MFFR