Bite was good in the morning hours but tougher this afternoon with bright sunshine. Perry holds his first swung fly steelhead... a great way to break in the spey rod!
Saturday, November 24, 2012
Thursday, November 22, 2012
They called for sun, we got clouds... and we were thankful for it! Pretty good bite in the morning hours, but tougher in the afternoon. I even got to make a few casts myself and hooked a very bright steelhead. Pictured is Dan with a couple fine steelhead from yesterday. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!! I currently have this coming Monday (26th) and Wednesday (28th) available if anyone is interested. Be blessed. -Z
Posted by Matt Zudweg at 6:04 AM
Saturday, November 17, 2012
Man are these fishing getting smart... sure could use a few chrome fish to fool. We had multiple bites in every run we fished today but very few fish that committed to the swung fly all the way. Pictured are Sid and Larry with a couple fine steelhead from this afternoon.
Posted by Matt Zudweg at 3:55 PM
Friday, November 16, 2012
Tough, tough, tough! It is tough out there, especially on these sunny days with lots of fishing pressure. Sure could use a little water to bring in some more fish... these fish that have been here for a couple weeks are getting wiser each day. Pictured is Tom with a nice buck from this morning... hard to hide where we were:) -Z
Posted by Matt Zudweg at 3:49 PM
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Fishing remains on the tough side with low water. Many fish have become well educated and will bite at the fly but not enough to get hooked. Pictured are John and Lou with a couple bright fish from today. Smaller flies and longer dangle time have helped.
Posted by Matt Zudweg at 6:50 PM
Monday, November 12, 2012
Fishing has been tougher than usual the last few days with very low water and few new fish arriving. We sure could use some rain! Would like to see some more chrome ones like the fish pictured here from today with Bill. This fished rolled on the surface just before the fly swung in front of her and she crushed it! We've been getting lots of good pulls and plucks from the more educated fish, but they have not been as committed to it as this fish was.
Posted by Matt Zudweg at 6:45 PM