Wednesday, January 13, 2010

1/13/2010 fishing report

Hello My Fellow Fisher folks, I have not been on the river much lately unfortunately. But I will tell you what I know. The rainbows are spawning in the deeper water mostly out in the river not in wadable waters. The way we take care of that is drift over them using a long heavy nymphing rig with a worm and egg pattern.The only trick hear is knowing where these areas are and using the perfect amount of weight. A valuable thing to know this time of year when you have that copper colored glare on the water is this. Use a black indicator its the best color for that glare. The fishing can be great in January. I remember last year around this time of the month me and my son Mick had a awesome day of catching doing just what I'm writing about. So I guess what I'm getting at is get out of the cabin get rid of the fever and get in on some good fishing, smell and feel the fresh air and catch some trout in some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. Hope to see you soon. Rocky Lovett For More Details, Visit Home at

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