Busted! Couldn't resist fishing for em' this weekend, I just couldn't. A week of 60 degree plus weather and 70 degrees with a front moving in on the day in question. A front moving in, a big one! We found ourselves in high water conditions early on friday afternoon and were able to find some good current breaks near cover. We had all set up before sunset and were ready to go. I knew of the storm to come and figured we would get sent home early. Had noah radio on and it was stating that some weather was approaching from the west at a slow pace. We were nearly 2 hours away from the projected impact of the storm so we figured we had at least an 1 or so more of fishing. Baits were running the water was 54 degrees and hits had already alegedly been taken. As my confidence grew the sky began to light up. To the north of us, even the radio confirmed that it was moving away. We continued to fish. After a while I notice that the sky is lighting up to the west and north of us and grew concerned. I turned around at that point an noticed flashing to the south as well. We were surrounded! I called to my buddies via walkie and informed them that we needed to get the heck out of there! As we packed up the storm rushed in like a tidal wave. After a 1/2 mile walk through the forest we made it out as we were pounded with small hail and rain, with lightning clashing all around. Carrying 7 ft poles and steel holders is not a good idea for this situation! Obviously we made it but, the river is in horrid condition. The banks are well overflown and the current is unbeleavable right now. No fishing for a long while it would seem........... Oh yeah, moral of story: always pack up at the first signs of danger! I am lucky to be typing to you right now ! Lol.