Spent this past Saturday on the peninsula fishing with Bob Triggs. We had a great time and Bob showed us some premier water. It was a gorgeous day, sunny and warm with temperatures starting in the upper fifties and making it to the seventies by afternoon. Rivers were in perfect condition; gin clear and cold (ask Bob how refreshing a quick dunk in the water can be). I think we fished three different rivers during the day. Fish were hard to come by but it wasn’t from a lack of trying. In the middle of the fishing we stopped to enjoy a road side lunch prepared by Chef Triggs in the middle of the rainforest. There isn’t a restaurant in the world that can match the dining room we had. Nothing compares to the rainforest on a beautiful sunny day. While sitting under the lush green canopy of the forest we enjoyed handmade sandwiches to order with fresh fruit and ice cold beverages. Bob even handled some special dietary needs of mine. We fished hard for about 10 hours but only had one resident rainbow to show. This was a day I needed even with the lack of fish. Work and other obligations have keep me off of the water way to much the past year and to spend a day fishing the beautiful rivers of the Olympic Peninsula was much needed therapy for me to maintain a bit of sanity in what has been a stressful past few months. Great company and good conversation was had during the day. I could not come close to guessing the number of topics covered while fishing but Bob and I solved at least a couple of the world’s problems. Sometimes, no most of the time, it isn’t about the fish. It is about good company, great scenery and getting the chance to remove one’s self from the chaos of life. Thanks Bob. I have a few pictures I will share later once I get the opportunity to off load them from the camera.