Thursday, May 23, 2013

T.F.M. Spotting - On The Shit'er

I get all kinds of T.F.M. Spotting Photo Contest submissions but Bob Hallowell's photo from last month has to be one of the more unusual.


Bob wrote...  "I'm changing flies on the Potter County crapper on Cross Forks Creek, a tributary of Kettle Creek, in Potter county Pennsylvania.  The "Shit'er" sits in the middle of the woods on the stream bank.  This Palomino was a product of this day."


Digging that Palomino. I've never caught one of those before.

6 comments:

Mike Sepelak said...

That gives "spotting" a whole new meaning...

Eunan said...

this guy should look for a nice Kabuto in the mail next feb...this is the winner, hands down!

The Sasquatch said...

Bwuahahaha! That Shtt'er is a Potter County landmark! Cross Fork is a great little stream. Lots of wilds in among those "lightening trout" ;-)

troutpurgatory said...

I've heard about the shitter before but have never seen it. Potter Co is stuffed full of wild trouts and somehow I keep seeing palominos up there...I'm looking your way Sas.

The Sasquatch said...

Yeah yeah dude...and somehow these "lightening trout" keep coming from streams that are loaded w/ wild fish too haha! "Oh yeah I fished Osweyo before...I didn't catch any wild browns, but I caught a 17" palomino...I mean 'golden rainbow'...I mean 'lightening tout'"

George said...

I love how it has a flusher handle on it.