outdoors, rivers

The Little Truckee River

I just wanted to post a few pics of a early morning on the Little Truckee River.

There is so much to do in the Truckee/Tahoe region. It would take a lifetime to take it all in…so, in my typical style I tried to fit it all in in three days.

One of the best spots on a river is where the stream meets the lake. Boca lake’s warm water meets the cool trout waters of the Little Truckee. Every morning the fog from this effect reflects a beauty that cannot be captured with a camera but we attempt  it anyway.

A look upstream from Boca Lake.

Looking down off one of the bluffs that give you an awesome view of the liquid ribbon that flows through a riot of color and nature.

I know there is a fish with my name on it here. Next year I will introduce myself to him and then release him back to his fresh water home.

Sign, sign, everywhere a sign.

There is nothing quit like watching wild life in the wild.

The Redhead waders from Bass Pro were a gift from Bren. They really come in handy when crossing a stream.

Hope you enjoyed the pics.

And remember when you go visit the Little Truckee River in northern California, “take nothing but pictures and leave nothing but tracks. “



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