An evening of fun with a blonde is not a bad thing, usually. If the blonde is a bit glittery, evening might be the only time that fun is to be had. Here's one of my blondes. As you can see she is a bit on the shiny side even though this snap was taken long after sunset.
PPS was put to good use again.
Some lovely Wild Rainbow Trout (WRT) were mixed in with the famous Wild Brown Trout of this gin clear river. Both species were found in good numbers and in good condition. It was even possible to get a snap of a fish being released, which until tonight I have signally failed so to do...
PPS. This one was so fine, to carry on would have been an anti-climax. Your faithful blogger was hungry and so was his faithful friend. Going home, leaving a river full of rising fish is a good thing to do. It was one of those nights when you wonder "How on Earth do all the fish fit in?" - a much nicer puzzle than wondering "Where have all the fish got to?"
If you think your river is short of fish you could do a lot worse than to start fishing in the evening and if your rod is a bit too blonde or shiny for best effect in the daylight it won't matter in the fading light as there will be no sun to glint on it.
Instead of packing up as the sun sinks, stay out there whilst the fish reveal themselves to you and, instead of dinner on your return home, make do with supper!