Great Bite Going On

Doug Rodricks

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A great bite here and the best for consistently large fish. I have experienced many anglers covering way too much water in a hurry. Knowing where these fish hold and how they behave is something that has to be learned. This is not the same fishing as the warmer months, and adjustments to your casts, presentations, and line control must be made in order to catch these trophy trout. There are still a lot of very nice fish in the river in the 19-24″ range. Our guides can teach you a lifetime of their knowledge and impart their skills to you by spending a day with any one of them. Fill out a trip request form here to get into these monster winter rainbows. Fish are still hanging in their usual deep water holding areas. Pheasant Tails, egg patterns, and SJ worms are really getting them going. “KEEP YOUR DRIFT DRAG FREE” for the best results!

Best Flies: Stimulator – 12, 14, 16; Crystal Copper Tiger Midge – 16,18; B100FB – 14, 16, 18, 20; Spruce a bu dark and light; Loeberg Mallard Silver; Loeberg Guinea Silver, Crystal Midge Pupa Black – 18; Crystal Chironomid Emerger Copper – 16, 18; Broken Back Copper Tiger Midge – 14,16,18, Tangerine Opaque, Tangerine Red Flash, Kiwi Flash and Flamingo Otter Eggs.

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Doug Rodricks

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