Fishing Report, Week of May 28, 2018
As we transition from spring to summer the fishing is heating up. The area has received plenty of rainfall and our streams and rivers are full and ready for the upcoming summer months. Mountain streams are full and the native brook trout fishing is outstanding. Long range fishing forecast should allow for good to excellent fishing well into July as long as water levels are adequate and temperatures do not get to high. 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.
The 2018 smallmouth season has officially started and it will continue to improve as we transition into summer. The smallmouth have finished the spawn and hopefully the recent high water didn't hurt this years spawn. It's important this time of year to check your local forecast before hitting the river as this area is prone to the "pop up" thunderstorm.
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