Monday, July 30, 2012

Not much has changed. Low water flows, extremely spooky trout. The Trico hatch is still coming off strong, with the hot weather, look for them to be on the water around 6:30 to 7:00 o'clock in the morning. We are having a tough time getting within 30 feet of a feeding trout some mornings. We are going to have to try going to longer litters. Also we may have to be more selective as to where we try to fish. Maybe trying fishing where there's some broken water such as the tails of a rift. Possibly trying fishing were the fish have some sort of overhead cover like under some trees. However the best cure for all of this is rain and an increase in water flow. The rain that we have received over the last few days has been a big help. However it is not enough to have much effect on our streams yet. Long as the rain keeps coming the way it is, we should eventually see an improvement in our water flows. One area where the rainy weather has helped our fishing is with the warm water fishing, cooling off the water temperature slightly. Allowing the Bass to move back into shallower water where we can have some fun fishing to them with surface poppers. However Bass do like to eat clouser,s minnow especially chartreuse and yellow ones. Note: There is a few interesting developments for this coming fall. I will be elaborating on these developments over the next couple of weeks. However it is time to start planning your fall fishing trips. Feel free to give a call and discuss what's going on and what is available. Shop number is 585-352-4775 my cell is 585-233-0436

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