The fun continues !! The trout bite is still going strong, even though we have had some cold night and cool days. James and his wife Laura had a good time catching plenty of these guys using DOA’s under popping cork. Scott Dempsey and his son Mike hit the water with me and had a blast sight casting to tailing reds and belly crawling reds on the low water. One fish was classic! This slob around 12lbs came sliding down the bank with his back out of the water, Mike made a perfect cast on the spinning rod using a white jerk bait, and bam! It started a bit cool and windy and ended up being a perfect night. A bit of a cool run at sun down, but well worth it.
With the year coming to an end the trout bite has continued to be really good. Some days it take a bit to find them other days everywhere you try has good fish. Trout move so much at times you really need to stay on top of them. As far as the reds go, we have not had the best conditions , somedays have been windy and sunny others no wind and clouds, and some other day cloudy and windy ! With the first tru winter cold fronts beginning to swing through the area, the trout bite may slow a bit depending on water temps and duration of the cold. The reds should continue to fish well, just need to pick your day. I had to post the pic of the bull red again, due to it’s size. What a slob !