Fishing Report, Week of March 5, 2018
As we move into early spring and the weather begins to warm, ever so slightly, the native brook trout fishing is starting to pick up. These fish are mainly feeding on nymphs however if you catch the fish on a warm sunny day don't hesitate to throw dry flies as the top water action can be outstanding. As we move further into spring and early summer the dry fly action will start to dominate as these fish will definitely be looking up. Currently, water levels are excellent in our mountain streams as recent rainfall have them running at normal levels and very clear. Remember to approach these fish in a stealthy manner as they can be very spooky. Slow stealthy approaches to the stream with soft presentations can produce some very nice fish. The local spring creeks are fishing well with good water levels and hungry fish.
With the time change approaching on March 10/11 the smallmouth will soon be moving to their spawning beds and the spawn will be occurring soon. We anticipate another great smallmouth season with plenty of largemouth and carp mixed in.
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