Some Days Are Diamonds Some Days Are Rocks

Doug Rodricks

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Some days are diamonds and some days are rocks. The bite is picking up here and the fish are still hanging in the deep water. Best spots have been Green Banks, Alligator, North Landing, and Hilton. McGee Bay is primed for the influx of large fish which will appear soon. Varying depths has been the key to staying on the fish. The damselfly nymphs are already swimming to shore and to the anchor ropes on the boat. Some smaller fish are surface feeding on spent midges that have deposited their eggs. Bigger fish are being found deeper. Best flies for the week are damsel nymph light, #16 Copper Tiger, #16 Crystal Zebra Midge Long, #16 Assassin Light  and Assassin Dark, Parallel Assassin Dark and Light.

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