It was an awesome trip. We were guided, and then had swampers set up/break down camp and cook for us. We even had a little porta-potty type thing! It was as glam as river camping can get - dutch-oven baked chocolate cake and all! I had a blast all around. It would have been an extra bonus to touch some fish. I was happy with my casting and fishing (I grade myself with an A for 85% of the time, a B for 10%, and a C for 5% of the time) and even got better at both with all of the practice. I got to work on my snake roll, which still needs some work, and played with shooting more line, changing trajectory angles, tightening up loops when casting into the wind and you need the extra oomph. I got to fish some dry flies on light lines with floating leaders, some classic hair wings in the film and with some tips, some unweighted modern flies on tips, and even a lightly weighted conehead leech. I fished nice long runs with full bomb casts and long swings, fished some nice pocket water around rocks, got to fish some nice tight deep trenches, had to fish the far side soft water over top of the current, and then everything in between, so it really was fun to work on presenting the fly in different water and we had a great bunch of guys and guides.