Sunday, November 7, 2010





True to form water flows are a big concern. The Oak Orchard River is flowing on the low side. Not bad for this time in the year, as always I like to see more water flow. The smaller area creeks and streams are not suffering as bad for now. Here to I wound like to see some prologue wet weather. I can never get enough water flow to make myself happy. The important thing is that there is enough water flow for the fish to move. After last two falls being a no show of brown trout in the Western tributaries, it is good to see the brown trout back where they should be. All I can say is so far so good. The rain we have received over the past few days has increased the water flows some. This should get our first strong run of female Brown trout going. The last few days has been a big game of hide and go seek with the male Browns trout. Normally male Brown trout will enter the river be for most of the female Browns. The problem is fishing to male Brown trout can be quite tough. They can show up anywhere, so it is a hunting game. We walk the rivers looking for fish and then see if we can get one to bite. The challenge is most of the time all they want to bite on is each other. Once the female Brown trout show up the male Brown trout become far more cooperative, willing to eat a fly. This is just typical fishing for early run Brown trout, a few fish scattered about the river. However the Brown trout that we do find and catch are true monsters.
Productive flies; true to form Brown trout like to eat, and what is available for them to eat, salmon eggs. So obviously the hot flies are orange and Oregon cheese nuclear row bugs.

I still have prime days available for November, 12, 14, 15, 28, 29, 30, this is fishing for giant Brown Trout in the western New York tributaries. If you have any questions feel free to call my cell at 585-233-0436. Or call the fly shop at 585-352-4775.
Please keep in mind when try to contact me on my cell phone. I am often in and out of good reception zones. Please be persistent or leave a message and I will return your call as soon as I can.

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