Thursday, September 20, 2007

Nutria

Eighty-one boats hit the Red River today for the opening day of the Women's Bassmaster Tour. I arrived just as the ladies were being launched in multiple flights and soon headed out on the river with my guide Mike Echols.

We shot photos of several of the competitors fishing in different areas around Clark's Marina and unlike the last tournament we didn't find much action. We did see one of the ladies pull one out of the river but it appeared too small for the competition. So with a lot of "fishing" and not a lot of "catching" I started to notice some of the wildlife on the river. Egrets, Herons and even a Pelican were on the move but the most interesting image came from a small Nutria walking along a log in the morning sunshine.


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