Our morning began with a three hour drive to Parke County, Indiana's Turkey Run State Park. We decided to hike trail 2 along the ridge to the Narrows covered bridge, then along the creek to the rugged trail 3 with plenty of canyons.
Along the way, we stopped to view Sugar Creek whenever we had the chance. The waters we still, and the sun illuminated the creek bed through as much as five feet of water. We could see the sandy, rocky bottom, and every fish within 100 feet from us.
Always the fisherman, Dan wished he could have brought his fishing pole to try out his latest top water lures. It would be interesting to watch the fish follow and attack the lures in the clear water.
Our visit was focused on Fall color, interesting canyons, and a rugged hike. Maybe on our next visit we could spend time fishing along the bank of the creek.
Posted by Tom Gill at Monday, November 14, 2016