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Beautiful weather for fishing today. 59-degree air temp but 43-degree water. Caught green sunfish and longear like this one located among deadfall branches and rockpiles. They took size-10 white/silver Mini Minnies at a depth of 3 feet. Warmth caused them Continue reading →
Two frosty nights have dropped river water temperatures into the upper forties. Only 4 pale-colored bluegills were caught on our last trip. We suspect they were stream residents who are assuming their winter colors and feeding habits. For success Continue reading →
In late autumn/early winter fish can’t rely on insects to satisfy their hunger. Their primary target becomes minnows and other little fish, so Mini Minnie is our “go to” fly. It has supple marabou for action, contrasting red Continue reading →
Stream smallmouths are vagabonds in spring and fall. Stay on the move to find them, even targeting isolated structure in areas that are otherwise devoid of holding areas. These features may hold several fish that are resting before moving.
Reddington’s Butterstick series of rods offers the classic bamboo rod-action at 1/10th the price. Matched with Rio’s Trout LT DT and a spare spool with their Sub-Surface Midge Tip to sink at 1.5 to 2 inches per second is Continue reading →