Saturday, September 26, 2009

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Happy fall everyone, The weather is awesome nice and cool in the morning and 80 degrees in the afternoon. Fishing is good also a 6 on the scale of 1 to 10. Not much has changed as far as how we are catching them. I have been using almost only midges except for the olive woolly bugger and sink tip gig. One thing that has helped us catch more trout this week was to fish some of the not so well known or fished spots such as sand beaches or small riffle spots. Again before you move on to the next bar. To add to your fish numbers make sure you hit the bottom deep end of every riffle with the heavy sink tip and a olive woolly bugger rig. Another method I follow this time of year is to try and stay in the sun as much as possible. The fish seem to be feeding better in the sun. Good fishing!

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

9/16/09 fishing report

The first thought that comes to mind is WHAT GREAT WEATHER.The next is LETS GO FISHING. We have been doing pretty well wading the riffles using what I call a midging rig. Refer back to last weeks report to review how to rig the midging rig. Remember one can effectively fish 0 to 6 feet with this rig. Two tips are make sure you are getting long drag free drifts and be sure you to fish every line or lane that you can reach.Every foot from near to far. I see that the trout are not moving very far to take the fly you need to put it right in their face. Its all about the midges right now so use midges of all sizes,colors and shapes. Well I will be looking forward to fishing with you soon until then good fishing.
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Thursday, September 10, 2009

fishing report 9/10/09

Hello everyone, The feel of fall is in the air. The temperature is perfect,water levels are perfect the catching is great. The only thing missing is you. The time to be at Lees Ferry is now.The fishing at every spot we try has been a 5 on a scale of 1 to 10.I have been using midges 100 percent of the time. Now here is the trick. I call it the midging rig. You tie on 40'' of 6x tippet,tie a size 16 zebra midge,add 22'' of 6x and then tie on a grey Cristal midge in a size 18 . If you feel you need some weight put it dead center between the zebra and your very small indicator. I use a pulsa pinch on. It will be put on the knot where you tied your 6x to your 5x leader.With this rig you can effectively fish anywhere from 0 to 5' of water. Try it and let me know how it works for you. I know I always say this, but a heavy sink tip line and a olive woolly bugger has been working very well. Have one rigged up and try it on the deep end of every spot you fish. I have my clients do this after were done fishing the bar and before we move on to the next spot. Last week this tactic produced three 18''ers in three consecutive cast. So give us a call and come see us. I look forward to fishing with. Until then good fishing! Rocky For More Details, Visit Home at

Thursday, September 3, 2009

9/3/09 fishing report

Hello everyone, I was out on the river monday 9/1/09. The fishing was great. We started out nymphing with a size #16 zebera midge and a#18 creastal flash midge. That worked well but we soon got bored with that.I know your saying I would like to be bored nymphing at the Ferry. Ok we wanted to try somthing else. So we went to casting and blasting streamers a olive woollybugger to be exact.That worked really well. We caught a couple fat 18 inchers and a whole mess of fish. Drifting a deep nymphing rig is working also.Try a dry dropper along the grassy banks from a boat or wading.That sould be good. Well I will see you out there or you could give us a call and be out there with us. Good fishing! Rocky Lovett For More Details, Visit Home at