If you’ve read my blog before, you may know I have a bit of a thing for the Greys River in western Wyoming. With the drought gripping the nation, including our neck of the woods, I was a bit worried about this year’s trip to the Greys. The water was down when we arrived July […]
The caddis are swarming fast and furious on Utah’s Blacksmith Fork River. And the water is high and brown.
When I woke up yesterday morning, I wasn’t quite as excited to go fishing as I had been the night before because the temperature was an icy 6° F. But there was an excellent sunrise to the east: Bear River Mountain Range:
I finally got some hopper fishing in. Heck, I finally got some fishing in—I’ve been extremely busy with school work. At the beginning of the school year I spending time assessing where my 70+ students are at in reading and writing. This generates a ton of paperwork. So, I’ve been bringing a lot home instead […]
May 30, 2008 The Salmonfly hatch continues. Dan and I hit the river about 2:30. We jumped in right at the old dam (someone was fishing the spot below the dam I fished on Wednesday). Plenty of Salmonflies. The fish were active on the Foam Cross (my name for the pattern I tie?). In the […]
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Three words: tall, dark and ugly. The water is high and brown. Turbidty is about 4″ (I estimate it to usually be 30″ or more).
Blacksmith Fork River Fishing Report. April 12, 2008. Dan and I fished the Blacksmith Fork yesterday. The cutthroats were plentiful and most of them looked pretty healthy.