Thursday, July 30, 2009

I ordered Garmin Dakota 20....

I already have Garmin Oregon 300. However...

My Dakota 20 has shipped from US. It will reach by 4th August.

Sunday, July 26, 2009

July 25, 2009 It was a rainy day in Kiso

I went to Adera river where it is arm of Kiso river.
It didn't rain on that area in the morning. After the morning, however,
it rained. I felt bad because of that rain. I would like to fish on a fine day.
So, I quitted fishing at 9:00AM though I started at 6:30AM.

There was much quantity of water of this river.

[Adera river]

[Iwana. It would be hybrid.]

[Iwana. It also would be hybrid]

[The headwater of this river]

Saturday, July 18, 2009

July 18, 2009 Otaki river

It was a rainy day and Otaki river was swollen.
I wanted to go a headwater but the swollen washed me out.

[Yamato iwana]

[This fish would be a hybrid of a yamato and a nikko iwana]

[Otaki river]

[An arm of Oraki river. This river was also swollen.]

[The back water of a dum]

Sunday, July 12, 2009

July 11, 2009 It was humid...

I went to a arm of Otaki river. This river streams into Miura pond.
As usual I started from early morning and approached a destination
by bicycle.

On this day, I used a medium flex's rod. I only caught a small
fish. But I felt as if it a big fish!

BTW, I met a Japanese serow at the headwater of this river. She/He
ran away along with the river... So, a point of fishes were spoiled...
And I watched a small black bear.

[Mt. Ontake and Miura pond]

[The map of Miura experimental forest]

[My tackle, Orvis trident and Hardy Marquis.]

[The headwater]

[Yamato iwana]

[I don't know this flower's name]

[A flat stream]


[A DoCoMo's cell phone is available. Also AU is OK.
The location is approximately "N35 49.268 E137 22.837". ]

Sunday, July 5, 2009

July 4th, 2009 the season of terrestrials has come

Japan is the rainy season now...
But I thought it was not rain this day by watching a weather forecast.
As expected, it was shine.

Fishes seemed to prefer a dun at the morning(~9:00AM). After that,
they seemed to prefer a terrestrial. I used ant pattern flies.

[Red-spotted masu salmon which is called "Amago"]


[This day's system(Scott & Orvis)]

[A middle part of Otaki river]

[It was a bit drought.]