Bring Your Jacket

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Synopsis Beautiful fall days look to be descending upon on us for the next week or so. Day time highs reaching the mid 70’s will mean the best fishing will be found in the afternoons and early evening. Morning anglers will find some fish, but the heat of the day is really going to turn the bugs on. Silver Creek The Creek is still producing, especially with the Callibaetis, but the windows keep getting smaller and smaller. Mornings are brisk and cool with some surface activity taking place, but the late morning to early evenings seem to be the best … Read More

A Look at Autumn Waters

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Synopsis Last weeks report dealt with the types of insects one can expect to see in abundance over the next few weeks. In keeping with this theme of what one may find on the river, this week we will look at water types and general fish behavior for the fall months. Duration With all our area waters beginning to pick up in the catch rate category, it is time to get serious. The fall can be some of the season’s best fishing, but it is also the shortest window of opportunity left in the year. Starting with the time of … Read More

The Bugs of Autumn

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Synopsis Fall is here. With the cool days will come the Fall Baetis, the Western Red Quill, the October Caddis and the Mahogany Dun. Hunting season has begun, as well as school, meaning most area rivers will have few anglers out and about. The fire near Silver Creek certainly scorched the bank on the south side of the conservancy, but had no affect on the fishing. By this time next year it will be hard to tell a fire ever happened here. With Fall in the air we thought it might be prudent to focus on the coming hatches this … Read More