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
A customer of ours sent this report in yesterday. “I got lucky and was able to fish the Rush one morning and two evenings this past week. Here’s what I experienced. The water has been fairly clear despite the rain and hovering right around 60. MORNINGS: This was my third attempt at trying for the
A group of us fished the Lower Kinni yesterday from 6am to 1pm. We walked from the Jackson Creek access down to the F bridge. There were a few fish here and there sipping Trico’s but nothing to write home about. The spider webs along the banks had fresh Trico’s trapped in them but not
The Kinni is still up a little from normal but should be fishable. Use bigger nymphs and streamers if the water is off color.