Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Some bigger fish are starting to show up in the Snake. Had a client hook one of the biggest cutties i've yet to see in the Snake. A very large fish. The green is also still fishing very well.
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Saturday, July 25, 2009
I've been splitting my time between the Green and the Snake these days. Both are fishing very well. The snake has amazing numbers of fish right now but many of the big fish are still in the tribs. its been great for beginners. I did see one of the biggest browns i have ever seen in the snake this week though. It hit a client's spinner and got off right at the boat. The Green has been good early in the day with grey drakes and PMDs coming off. I was down there today with Ryan Richardson and we did very well with some really good small dry fly fishing.
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Wednesday, July 22, 2009
fished the green today with the van gilder brothers. the fishing was very good with excellent dry fly fishing early and some good streamer fishing. there was a lull midday but the overall fish size was good.
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Monday, July 20, 2009
Fished with the Betaneur family in the Snake river canyon today. we didn't get anything very large but the boys did keep track of numbers and we ended up landing 37 fish in a short day.
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Sunday, July 19, 2009
The End of Runoff
Fishing has become very good in the past few weeks. The Pinedale area has been fishing very well, the Snake is finally starting to clear and fish, and the South Fork is starting to drop again. I've been on the Green for the past few days with clients and the fishing has been good. There have been alot of boats down there recently but that pressure should start to spread out here shortly.
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