Here is my fishing report for August 25 and 26th, no bugs - no fish. Scotch was good. went home early, the end.
Posted 28 August 2015 - 05:18 PM
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Posted 31 August 2015 - 12:10 AM
i'm just curious because two days on the stream during pm was pretty August but I didn't fair well with the exception on two fish per day as mentionedin my report on eb,, wb looked good but i didn't try it..bk looked dead ..last two days was on a sullivan lk in a friends boat motoring around..like i said..even on the lake there was no hatches! not even biting flies or mosquitoes in the boat lol! I'm just passing along what a see and wondering how others choose patterns like terrestrials and streamer patterns when it gets slow in August. I know
Posted 31 August 2015 - 02:39 AM
I saw few mayflies, a couple sulphurs, a small group of trico spinners and a tiny rusty spinner with bright yellow eggs that was a little too high and fast for me to capture and photograph. Lots of tan caddis but as usual, I didn't see one fish take anything on top. They certainly weren't taking anything I floated over them on top.
I nymphed up a few of keeper size, nothing bigger than 12", and got a handful of smaller 8"ers, both browns and bows. Most of the good fish were in fast riffled water and tiny highly oxygenated plunge pools, but I got a couple in "normal" runs, though everything is very shallow.
Anyway, I left my camera at home and used my phone this time, at least its easier to load up pictures here, though I hope the size works out. CJ
edit...the pics are small, but you get the idea.
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