Wednesday, June 13, 2012

I know I have been a little slow with this update. Waiting to see what this recent round of rain will do to our trout streams. So far so good, water flows have not moved much. However as we all know this can change. I do not suspect we'll get enough rainfall to blowout our trout streams. Hopefully we will see a nice bump in the water flows. Keep in mind these temporary increases in water flows can be more advantage than an inconvenience. Even though watercolor can be off, this can be an excellent opportunity to do some streamer fishing. When you take into consideration, that most of the fish around this year are slightly bigger than average. You just know that there has to be some really big fish hanging out. As for the bugs not much has really changed yet. The best dry fly fishing is still happening at the end of the day. I call this fishing the B shift. Bring a flashlight you'll need it, if you say long enough to get some dry fly fishing. We are still seeing sulfur spinners and sulfur dons. Also look for like caddis is size 16 and black caddis in a size 18. There's also a few gray foxes and March Browns hatching here and there. As for the spring creeks we have a full-fledged sulfur hatch going on with a few size 18 BWOs mixed in. Note: I am offering a hatch special, this is fishing for local trout streams during the actual hatch time. The outing is generally for four hours, this will take us through an evening hatch and spinner fall. This is a great opportunity to fine-tune your dry fly or nymph fishing skills. I have time open for full day trout fishing. Anybody interested in doing some trout fishing. This can be on the local trout streams or even possibly some of the new water that I am exploring at this time. Please feel free to give a call and we can talk about what is going on. Cell is 585-233-0436 or call the fly shop at 585-352-4775

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