Tuesday, September 2, 2014

About the only then that you can count on is, every fall is going to be different. This fall is going to be no exception. Looks like the early runs are not going to be that early. Been on the Salmon River over the weekend. Found a few Salmon moving, but no run of fish yet. We are fishing throw a lot of water to find a fish, nothing new for this stage of the run. This is my favorite time of the fall, there’s not a lot of Fish but neither is there a lot of fishermen around too. At this point you’re hoping for a fish or two and enjoying a peaceful river. Keep in mind we are now back to fishing the tributaries. If I have sad this once I have sad it 1000 times, conditions can and do change quickly. This means you could see a run of salmon any time. Water flows and temperatures are adequate in the Salmon River at this time. In the lake salmon are moving into shallow water. For now we will work the river in the morning down river for a salmon and in the afternoon work the upper river for a summer run steelhead or an Atlantic salmon. We have head a few of these fish run the river over the past few weeks, we do get few fish run the river in late August early September.  For the most part these fish have been hanging out in the upper river for most of the summer. So here too we must fish through a lot of water to find a fish that wants to eat a fly.
For flies it is obviously still too early to determine if there is any pattern yet. The salmon and steelhead we did get were caught with the standard stuff black and brown size 4 woolly buggers.

Note;
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I still have prime dates available for salmon fishing, In September, 14,15,16,25,30 and early October Salmon fishing and mid October steelhead fishing.  Anyone that has any questions, Feel free to give me a call at your convenience cell is 585-233-0436

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