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October report

2007/5/21 10:47
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We'll, after some productive bass fishing on the lower river in September we've been out the past two weekends on the middle looking for trout. Water temps are back down to fishable all the way up to the dam and the further you get from the dam the better it is.

The trout fishing for has been less than spectacular. We've been getting a ton of fish each trip, but finding one over fourteen inches has been next to impossible. The little guys seem to be on just about anything you throw at them, with streamer and nymph combos out fishing anything else.

Bugs on the river right now: crane flies 16-8, Isos 14, bwos 18-26, black caddis 16, autumn sedge 14, and October caddis 8-12.

Happy fall,


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Posted on: 2010/10/10 20:46

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