Fishing Report for June, 2009

Thursday, June 25th, 2009

Fishing Report

Water Generation is finally getting back to what we all use to know as “normal”. It has been off generally every day, and running for a little while around 3 pm or so, and then off again towards early evening. The last 3 weekends it was off almost the entire time, allowing ample time to be spent out wading. We have had trips out everyday. The fishing has been fantastic we have been getting large numbers with a few large rainbows in between. The fish have been a little spooky in the bright afternoon sunlight, but fishing 7x flourocarbon tippet is generally the key when fishing gets tougher. Standard flies right now are soft hackles, midges, small scuds, san juan worms, chamois worms, and micro jigs have been the best for producing fish. The fish have been taking a few large dry flies as well as sculpin patterns…. Good Luck!!!!!!

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009

Fishing Report

The great news is that the water has been off daily since saturday! The fishing has been fantastic. With several large rainbows being caught it has been great. The best chance to catch the water off is in the morning. They have been turning on generators around noon. We have been throwing chamois worms and wd-40s, but everything from soft hackles, cracklebacks, sculpins, micro jigs, and smaller scuds have been producing big numbers of fish. We have also been using more 7x fluorocarbon tippet, but 6x does work if your targeting a bigger fish. If you have the opportunity I would beg, steal, and borrow to get here and experience the awesome trout fishing happening on the tailwater! Tight lines everyone….and have a safe trip.