Friday, November 27, 2015
Wow, Rain, rain and more rain! Will it ever end? Run-off is causing the river to be off colored. Fish the seam-line of run-off and clear water, the trout seem to be keyed in these areas. San Juan worms are working well as is Y2k's. PJ's Jigs, Trout Magnets and Olive micro jigs area producing as well. Olive, Blue Dunn, Zebra midges are a good choice when midge fishing.
The bite has been good on power bait white, red, chartreuse, or pink tipped up with wax worms or night crawlers and red/gold buoyant spoon or nickel/gold Colorado. Silver/blue little Cleo has been producing fish as well.
The lake fishing has been slow but the bite is still there pulling out a few spots and more smallmouth. Try fishing spinner blades and crank baits. Also you need to have shakey heads with trick worms (a good one to always keep tied up ) , but drop shot fishing has been producing the most. Also, keep a buzz bait tied on for the afternoon bite or a good wake bait. We've been seeing a few whitebass busting the surface late in the afternoon. War Eagle superspoon in 7/8 ounce has been working well on all species. That's always fun! That's all I have for now, so keep a tight line and bring us some big fish pictures!
• Micro Jig under a strike indicator
• PJ's Jig
• Rapala Crank baits
• Flicker Shad
• Worms with white and yellow power bait
• Colorado and Buoyant spoons
Good luck! Bring us a fish story.
Lisa, Tom, Carl, Ken & Nancy
beginning Nov.,2015 mon.-wed. closed thurs.-sun. 7am 6pm