Fishing Report January 2018
Tom with a nice rainbow, from a very productive lesson, during a tough fishing conditions.
2018 has started with some great winter fly fishing on the lakes. It’s a time when either lures or small sparse nymphs work, depending on the day. That said 2 fish came to dry fly, showing the benefits of using a dry with nymph droppers. Lakes have been extremely clear, so fishing lighter lines, smaller flies and longer leaders is paying off, especially during flat calm, bright sun conditions.
Top flies have been lures imitating the baitfish available, bloodworm, buzzers, hares ear nymph.
Many anglers are looking ahead to spring, so now is the time to tune up casting for the season ahead and arrange lessons for the lakes and river trips!
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