Sunday, July 25, 2010


Fishing has been very hot recently. The South Fork is on fire but very crowded, the Green has been fishing well very early but has been heating up later in the day, and the Snake has been excellent for lots of smaller fish with a few large fish mixed in. Yesterday I fished the south fork with Ryan Richardson and we had an excellent day with very large numbers of good fish being caught on both dries and nymphs in the riffles. Here are a few photos from that day. The other photo is of a father son double (Steve and Bradely Rowe) on the snake in the national park. The guys kept track that day and i think they landed something like 44 or 47 trout with most in the 8-12 inch range but a few around 14in and one about 16in.

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