Saturday, July 29, 2017

Fly Fish Nashville

Wow July has passed by quickly. As we head into August, it looks to be shaping up to be a good month. Reflecting back on August of 2015 and August 2016 there are reminders of how many anglers caught good fish on the F/V Southeastern Fly in the month of August over the past few years.
There have been many days helping folks catch their first trout, while it has been great to help other anglers catch their largest trout. After a trip to Colorado and reading back through fishing reports from previous years, it is time to bring some summertime techniques back to the river. So far those techniques have been productive.
More bugs are hatching with the warmer weather and we are catching fish as those bugs move quickly into their different stages. Compared to other seasons of the year, it seems the next 45 days should be epic. 
Fish aren't the only ones eating on trips. Guide trip foods consist of round bars (donuts) for breakfast. The shore lunches are best served while sitting in a riffle or under the shade of a tree, riverside. The nutrient of the afternoon continues to be chocolate and the anglers as well as the guy in the rower's seat are both appreciative. Early morning and late afternoon half-day floats are created with snacks for anglers in mind and snacks for the fish too.
The Elk River and the Caney Fork are both fishing well for us right now. So if you are thinking about getting on the F/V Southeastern Fly, in my humble opinion the month of August will be a great time. Anglers could possibly catch their first fish or the fish of a lifetime. 
If you are a seasoned angler or have never picked up a fly rod and want to set up a day on the river e-mail or call/text 615-796-5143 to book a day on the water. For additional booking information see our Homepage and to see the latest fishing report click here.

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