Friday, June 30, 2017

The Spey nation event was great success.  It was good to see everyone there and have the chance to catch up and do a little fishing. It is now late June and most of our major hatches are starting to wind down. For the most part the sulfur hatch is pretty much over, however there is still a few even sulfur spinners around. For now most of the fishing activity is still happening late evening. We will be seeing a sharp drop and insect activity for the next few weeks. Basically we are between our spring mayfly and caddis hatches and the summer hatches. Keep in mind there is going to be a wide variation in hatch activity from one watershed to the next, for another few weeks. But for now we are between hatches and it will be a few weeks before the summer hatches are coming off and the fish are feeding on the bugs. The up coming hatches will mostly be made up of isoychlidae and trico, so get tying.

This past week was a cool one with plenty of rain scattered throughout the area. Just kept water temperatures and water flows in excellent condition. Because of this will need to continue moderating water flows on individual bases. One river may be in ideal fishing condition in the next going wait too high to consider fishing. This is a result of hit and miss storms, we are now experiencing. We will be seeing our summer fly box coming into play soon. Old standby’s Beatles and ants are now going to be standard patterns from this point especially for the morning fishing timeslot.
Just a reminder, Even though it’s Midsummer, fall is coming. It’s not too early to make you fall plans. The reports are coming from the lake for some the best that I’ve heard in the last three years. Looks like are rebounding in the lake.

Note;
We are now offering a full menu of fishing and trout fishing options.

* For those who enjoy technical trout fishing or like to brush up on your skills our Spring Creek fishing would be an excellent option. Our Spring Creek is always in fishing condition.

* We will be heading to the upper Genesee river this is one of the best dry fly fishing rivers around in my opinion.

* Anyone who would like to get away from everything we are offering off the grand brook trout fishing.

* For those of you who like Bass fishing we have both small mouth bass river fishing and some great surface action for both smallmouth and large mouth bass.

* Atlantic Salmon - anyone Interested please contact me.
 If any of these options interest you please feel free to contact me, My cell is 585-233-0436


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