A fish tale with a feel good ending

I ease the anchor down without a splash in my favorite spot at the Glasshouse Hole on the Salmon River.

Anglers named the hole because of the beautiful house with full length windows fronting this popular tidewater fishing spot.

Lady of the house pauses cleaning windows to give me a cheerful, “Good morning.”

“Looks like a good day,” I respond. “Good tide to fish.”

Today I’m alone in . . .

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