We shoved the boat in the water and floated for a minute, then we headed for cover as the sideways rain fell. We fished through the rain as we sat under cover and caught a few fish including a real nice brown. When the rain stopped we pulled up the anchor and Gary got his mending just right then the fish came with regularity.
Gary had control of his Sage and was getting good drifts with solid hooksets. We floated nymphs in pods of schooling fish and pulled some fish from the edges. At times the fish were eating like they were out on bail....and we were liking it.
We pulled out the new Orvis Superfine 5 wt and he laid out some good casts. This rod has performed well over the past few floats. It seems like you can feel every head shake in these rods and they have good backbone, much more than most people think. One of the best things about these rods is how well they do with an aerial mend.
Gary and I kept ahead of the pulse all day and were able to fish low water until almost the very end of the float. The drifts were slow, the takes were subtle and the discussion was as good as it gets. Floating along the river is one of the best ways to pass the time with old friends.If you would like to see the latest fishing report click here and for more booking information see our rates page. If you are a seasoned angler or have never picked up a fly rod and want to set up a day on the river just email or call/text 615-796-5143 to book your day on the water.