The guys are back on British Columbia fishing for Cutthroat Trout on Sheep Creek. Steve kicks things off by dead drifting a size 16 Pheasant Tail through a likely looking pool but the first fish falls off. They move upstream looking for more good water and Steve lands a small Cuttie, again on the nymph. Ladin is having less luck, catching Whitefish and losing a Cutthroat so moves again and finds a Cutthroat on a size 16 Prince Nymph under an indicator. The fish aren't big here as you'd expect on a small clear running creek like this, but they are certainly plentiful, and both anglers continue to enjoy the day's fishing. They head upstream and find a much deeper pool and both anglers work it with nymphs, and Ladin gets into the best fish of the day, a stunning Cutthroat, around 16 inches.