The trailhead elevation measured at 10,320 feet, and that’s where we started. Then there was a steep climb to get above the cataracts on Herman Gulch. Pairs of fishermen each carried a bucket for trout collection, as well as gear
Boyd’s plan separated the creek into five reaches to fish. Each reach was about a half mile in length. Four to six fishermen worked each reach. Here Dennis Wiles is shown fishing in reach 5, the farthest reach from the trailhead.