To help keep everyone in the loop with what’s going on in the world of fly fishing, we have another new item for 2009. I’ve touched base with some old friends as well as new friends in the fly fishing and guiding business from around the
Since it is cold and the folks from
This 18 lb Redfish Caught in Apalachicola Bay
Kathy Robinson from Robinson Brothers Guide Service in the Florida Panhandle sent us this report: As the weather & water warms, Spanish Mackerel normally start showing up and they are a blast to fish for. Colder weather is great for striper fishing in the
Upstate New York:
Adirondacks- The season does not begin until April, however there is excellent winter fishing for steelhead in the Lake Ontario tributaries.
Jeff Etnyre on the Henry's Fork
The Henry's Fork- Thanks to Jeff Etnyre of Hyde Boats for this report. In spite of the snow we are still fishing. Although its a little early, we'll soon see consistent hatches of midges and blue winged olives as the temperatures warm up. February, March and April can be very good when the temperatures are above freezing. Most all of the fish we caught on the last trip were on size 18-22 midges. Fishing this time of year is weather dependent but it can be very good.
Noontootla Creek Farms is running at the best water levels in years. The entire stream is fishing very good. With the water up the fish aren't spooky.