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Kettle Creek 9-29,9-30,10-1

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2006/9/9 0:19
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Fished Kettle this past weekend with 2 freinds.
We fished at the mouth of Hammersley Fork
A section of the FFO area
A section above the FFO area
Another section below the FFO area

We fished these sections from mid-afternoon till 6PM

Weather was some sun some rain
High temps reached about 60F, A good bit of Sun on Sunday pushed the afternoon high above 70F for a short time

Water was clear and at a decent level.
Water temp 50Fto 52F

Hatches: I am not that good at identifying hatche so I will make a somewhat educated guess that the predominent hatch was the Blue-Winged Olive approximate size 20 to 24. They seemed to be active the whole day.

There was also a steady hatch of a medium to dark caddis. About size 16.

Ther was also an occasional larger may-fly that I could not identify.

We managed some hookups, Rainbows mostly,some Browns,
The best fish of the weekend as far as I was concerened was the 7inch native Brookie I hooked and released above the FFO area.

Any one who can get up there in the next 2 weeks or so will be in for some really spectacular Fall fishing as the trees were just beginning to show a splash of color.

Steve98

Posted on: 2006/10/3 19:25






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