A customer of ours fished the Rush yesterday, here is what he had to report. “I fished the Rush below Martell from 7 a.m. – 2 p.m. The water was slightly higher, fairly clear, and 55. As I walked up to the stream for my first cast, I was wondering what the sudden change in
A great report from a customer of ours who was out last night. “Fall is in the air on the Lower Kinni. Last night I fished from 3:30 to dark and the fishing was quite good. Early on nymphing really produced while streamers only resulted in some half-hearted strikes. I found a lot of 8″-12″
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A report from a great customer of ours who was on the Rush last night. “It was a great night last night on the Rush. Fish were hungry and active. I fished from around 3:30 to dark. Early on a hopper-dropper really produced when fished tight to a grassy bank. Fish mostly hit the nymph,
A report from a good customer who was out on the Rush yesterday. “I fished below Martel from 7 a.m. – 1 p.m. Initially the water was high and very cloudy with less than 8 inches of visibility. Interestingly, this did not hinder slashing strikes at the frog pattern I was using. Within three casts,
The Rush and the Kinni are looking good. A good customer of ours was out on the Rush today and did very well on black and olive streamers. The Mississippi is on a steady downtrend and fishing has been great for smallmouth bass. The St. Croix is holding steady and water temps dropped from 76
A report from a good customer of ours who was out yesterday morning on the Rush. “It was nearly a perfect morning. The cold water, a mere 56 degrees, and high humidity combined to produce a dense fog above most of the river until almost 10 a.m. I started fishing below Martell at 6:30 a.m.
A new report from a good customer who was out on the Rush this morning. “This morning on the Rush was a great day of trout fishing. I fished from 6 am to 10:30 and primarily used nymphs. I didn’t see much of a hatch or any surface activity but nymphing in deep pools really
Another stream report from a customer of ours who fished the Rush yesterday morning. “I fished the Rush this morning from 6 – 11 am and had a great morning.Some trout were rising to tricos but no substantial spinner fall occurred. Nymphing a midge with a size 18 pheasant tail dropper was incredibly effective the