Originally Posted by Breeze19
Well we pulled a Mr. Curtis today. It was a cold start early this morning about 26 degrees. Cold ride to where we wanted to start. Soon as we stopped it was on. Caught between 25 and 35 by noon. Ice on water first thing this morning. Water temp. 48 degrees at start but went up to 54 during the day. I will have to say my fishing partner wore me out with the 4 inch pearl gulp today. My mr18 caught fish
Originally Posted by TakeDown
I rounded up 2 fellas that work with me and brought them along to look for some more trout. I had Steve with me, who had never been trout fishing, or fished on a boat for that matter! He was a trooper considering it was 34 degrees at first light. I went right back to the same area I caught fish yesterday, water was down to 50 and I didn't see the amount of bait I saw yesterday. We gave it a go anyway and worked an
Originally Posted by wademaster
Had a few chores to complete before hitting the water today so I ended up starting around 2. Ice on the river means cold. Fish were biting. Lost two small trout right off the bat. They came unglued when they come time the top. Oh well. Landed 3 in the couple hours I fished. 2 bows and a brookie.
Fish were feeding on top some. They kept hitting my indicator. I tied on a dry and got some
Originally Posted by Tackleboxhero
Well, guess I'll warm up the kayak reports section with some action I encountered this past weekend.
I've been very goal oriented this year to my fishing approach and with December close at hand, it was time to finish my goal of 6 different freshwater citations off the kayak in 1 year. I told the wife all this information and begged for permission to fish Saturday AND Sunday. I
Originally Posted by pamlicoknk
Put the kayak in at 6:45am this morning and was back at the house by 7:30am with a nice limit of trout. Big fish was 22.5". A little choppy this morning, water kept washing into the kayak...glad to have scuppers!! All fish came on a MR17 in the trout color.