Fishing Report, Week of August 20, 2018
As we begin to closeout summer and transition into fall we are waiting patiently for the rain to move out of our area and water levels and clarity to return to normal. The summer of 2018 rainfall has been one for the record books. Since mid April thru present day our area has received close to 50" of precipitation. This additional rainfall has kept our river high and stained which has resulted in little to no smallmouth/largemouth fishing. However, the few days we have been able to float and fish have produced some nice fish. We still have a few months of smallmouth fishing left and hopefully we will be back on the river soon. If you are interested in booking a smallmouth float contact us today for water conditions and/or availability.
On a positive note, our mountain trout streams and spring creeks are fishing well as water levels continue to hold at above normal levels. Summer and fall trout fishing should continue to fish well and we anticipate a great season.
Contact us today to book your next fishing adventure.