Well I decided to go out today and hit a resevoir here in Denver for some sauger or smallmouth. I was fishing right next to the mountains and a thunderstorm rolled in. No biggie, we have been having them everyday for a week. I put my rod down because of all the lightning and sat on a rock watching it. I looked over my shoulder, back to where my car was parked, and there was a funnel cloud about 250 yards from me. I thought about getting cover, but the only thing available was my car, and it was right under the funnel cloud! So I just sat tight and watched it go over, it looked like it wanted to touch down several times but never did. It dissipated about 1/2 mile away. Quite an experience! I have seen three now this year out here, but the other two were small and farther away. One of them did touch down, but this was definately the most nerve racking! But hey, the sauger were biting so at least I got dinner! :smile2: Sorry if the pic isn't any good. I snapped it on my phone.