Monday, June 20, 2011

For once not much has changed with the fishing, everything is moving along like it should. The hatches are on course despite the fact that the hatches are all still about a week behind a normal year. The most productive fishing has been fishing the evening hatch and spinner fall. Nymph fishing is still very productive on Oatka Creek, so don't be surprised that you do not see much surface action during a hatch. The same goes for the upper Genesee river, you will see slow fishing until late in the day. After that the bugs and the fish turns on for about two hours and then you are in for some great fishing. Everything is right on schedule for Spring brook, you can see hatches of sulphurs and a size 18 few blue wing olives starting mid to late afternoon, with everything ending with a spent fall. Lately we have our best result during sulfur hatch fishing sulfur mergers.
Fortunately we have not had a lot of hot-water yet. Water flows are as good as it can get with all of the river and streams. Everything is looking good for some good late season trout fishing.

A reminder that spey nations is holding its annual event at the Pineville parking lot on the Salmon River this Saturday, June 25, starting at 8:30 a.m. going until 4 p.m. this is a free event so come and join in. There will be spey manufacture representatives with their equipment for you to try out. Along with spey casting demonstrations and a lot of good fun. Do not forget to bring your waders.

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