- Start/End Time
- 5:40pm to 7:20pm
- Best Fishing Time
- Water Temp
- Water Clarity
- Murky - <1' visibility
- Water Level
- Jason Hansen
|Caught||Avg Size||Pattern||Optional Fields|
|1||19"||#10 Mahogany Comparadun|
|1||18"||#10 Mahogany Comparadun|
|1||17"||#10 Mahogany Comparadun|
|1||16"||#20 Olive Parachute Midge Emerger|
|1||14"||#10 Mahogany Comparadun|
|1||14"||#16 Brown Clear Wing Spinner|
|1||10"||#20 Olive Parachute Midge Emerger|
|Light - 5 to 10 knots||X|
- Air Temp High/Low
- 60.0°F / 50.0°F
- Wind Direction
- Weather Front
- Moon Phase
- 0% Full (New)
Other Patterns Tried
No other pattern information for this outing.
- Blue-Winged Olive Ephemeroptera Baetis
- Mahogany Dun Ephemeroptera Paraleptophlebia
- Midge Diptera
No seining information for this outing.
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The water has lowered to the winter level I think - it is very very low. There wasn't much, if any, current at the regular hole. This made it somewhat difficult to cast to rising fish since it would take a long time to get a drift past a fish. That, coupled with the early wind, made casting to a small spot difficult. There were tons of fish rising though - very very impressive. I started fishing around Zak's rock and was easily able to wade around the entire area thanks to the lower flows. I caught 6 of my fish there, then caught one more up by Rock Island. 7 fish in under 2 hours is pretty good, but I had some serious dead time where I wasn't catching fish and they were rising everywhere. The lack of current required you to cast directly above a fish; otherwise if you casted too far upstream you'd have to wait an hour for the fly to drift down in front of them. The wind made casting accurately difficult.