Made it back out to check on Ice conditions today, it’s been a strange year so far, our snow packs are normal the reservoirs and fish lake are just slow to freeze solid this year. The plus side is that the ice that is there is thick enough to get out and enjoy a day…Details
With the warmer then average weather this winter I decided to take advantage. I started on a near by reservoir, the ice had not yet completely covered, I chose a pre-rigged 5 weight with a sink tip line and a simiseal leech. The air was calm and I casted to the edge of the ice,…Details
Fishlake. the Kokanee are still running! there are still several kokanee gathered up in the twin creeks area, those coupled with the Splake, and Browns, have made this a great spot to fish this fall! Try olive ruby eyed leeches, and egg pattern with some orange in them for the best results. Fremont river. The…Details
Kokanee are making there first Run In Fishlake this year! these fish were reintroduced to the lake in the spring of last year, they were not expected to begin spawning seriously until next year, 2017, yet here they are, and they are in excellent condition, it appears the lake is agreeing with them well, I…Details
Boulder Mountain. fishing has really started to pick up! there is nothing like casting leech patterns, sz 12 scuds and other flashy flies and having huge tigers, Splake, and Brook Trout crush them! It’s time to get up on this mountain now! There is still no snow, access is normal rock crawling excitement. Fish. …Details
Some Pictures Of The last couple of days Here in Southern Utah, Time to book that last minute Trip, Fall is coming and the Leaves will be in full color in about 2 weeks.
The Fly Fishing In Southern Utah Is Heating Up, Fall is on the way and this September is going to be great. Book a Trip Early while there are still some slots open. Fremont River. The flows on the Upper Fremont have increased quiet a bit, there was a newly improvised release Gate. the browns…Details
The Last couple of Weeks have Been Awesome For Fishing!
Time to book that guided trip to Southern Utah.
The Calibaetis are on the Move, on Boulder Mountain, Often matching the Hatch on Some of these Boulder Mountain Lakes Is Key to having success. Often These fish will Key in on certain parts of the Hatch, so be prepared with Nymphs, Emergers, Duns, And Spinners. Time of Day Can be Critical too, watch for…Details
Boulder Mountain. access is now possible to all lakes and trail heads below the rim, the boulder top will not be open till later this month. fishing with leech patterns san Juan worms, and a variety of bead headed nymphs has been picking up a few fish. look for the callibaetis hatches to start coming…Details