Friday, March 9, 2007

Hope Is Spring Eternal

Here is a nice spring time photograph to help us through our spring fever. This photograph was taken on the ace-in-the-whole pool; Salmon River in Pulaski. The spring steelhead Jason is measuring measured 34 inches.

Hopefully next week will be the week we can get back to fishing. The weather reports for next week are looking good for fishing. Hopefully the ice will clear out of Sandy Creek soon. As for the Genesee River, the flow is fishable and dropping. With a little luck, the water will continue to clear. Salmon River, Pulaski N.Y—water flow is at 750 c.f.s and is projected to last through March 15. Other than that, there is nothing new here and with the warm weather there will be no slush ice to deal with. The same goes for the flies and presentations. Still dead drifting egg flies and nymphs along the River bottom.

This Saturday there will be a fly tying demonstration at Coleman's fly shop. The subject of the fly tying this Saturday is salt water flies. Craig Dennison will show several of his favorite fly patterns that he uses to fish for Strippers, Tarpon to Bone fish. The fly tying demonstration will start at 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. This is a free demonstration, so come and join us

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