Tuesday, October 26, 2010

10/26/2010 fishing

Hey My Friends, Sorry it has been so long since I have given any updates on the fishing. Actually things have not changed since my last report. By the way this picture is of Elliot Noll with a nice fat 16 inch he caught on a tan sanjaun worm last Saturday 10/23/2010. The fishing is a 5 on the scale of 1 to 10. The trout are more active in the deeper water so wade deep and bring your 200 grain sink tip. When nymphing use the infamous black zebra midge and when stripping the sink tip use a olive woolly bugger with flashabou or crystal flash. Some of the guys have been drifting from the boat and doing pretty well again using a tan or brown worm and a size 16 zebra midge. I have been seeing more and more scuds in the river lately for those that don't know what a scud is its a fresh water shrimp. Try them in live colors such as tan, olive or grey size 12 or 14. Don't forget the first of November the water will be returning to normal flows and will be washing tons of food into the river or at leased perceived food if anything like last year the fish will be gorging. I talked to one of my good friends and client Chris Rich today and we were reminiscing about last year Nov, 1st and his words were I caught a fish almost every cast. one after another. So get up here when you can and give me a call if I can be of service. Your humbled guide and friend. Rocky
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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

10/5/2010 fishing report

Hello everyone, The fishing has slowed back to normal from off the hook in the first part of September. Fishing is still pretty good and the rainbows are fat and feisty almost all of them jump up out of the water at leased once and we are still catching fish in the 20 inch range. We have been getting a little rain lately but other than that the weather has been great. The fly of choice lately has been a rust colored san jaun worm, second would be the zebra midge,third live colored scuds. We have been catching a few big fish on a olive flashabu bugger and a 200 gran sink tip. I wanted to show you one of them but I have not received the picture in time but maybe next week. Drifting from the boats has been working very well using the standard nymphing rig. The fishing pressure has been very low maybe 5 to 10 boats in the 15 miles of river and 10 is on Saturdays. So come on up and enjoy the most beautiful place on earth and feel the serenity of the canyon. Oh also catch a few feisty bows while your here. If I can be of service to you give me a call. Rocky Lovett
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