Thursday, March 1, 2007

Hopefully The River Will Hold Out




3/1/07 - the Genesee River has been fishing right along the past week, not much has changed. Both water flows and color has remained constant, it is still a go and try it and see how it goes situation. The most effective fly patterns have been egg flies and white zonkers and woolly buggers. Hopefully the wet weather will not cause the Genesee River water flows to rise. As for the Salmon River, the fishing is back to normal, decent winter steelhead fishing. Some days better than others, just like the Genesee River you need to go and give it a try and see how things work out. Fly patterns for a Salmon River have been brown, black and olive stone flies, hairs ear nymphs, pheasant tails all in sizes between 12 and 8.

This Saturday there will be a fly tying demonstration at Coleman's fly shop. The subject of the fly tying this Saturday is emergers. Gary Rose will show several of his favorite fly patterns that he uses to fish for trout at Spring Brook. The fly tying demonstration will start at 1 p.m. and go to 3 p.m. This is a free demonstration, so come and join us!

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