Slow, But Catching!

Looks like a week of temperatures in the 90s through the weekend.  Slight chances of rain scattered throughout, but nothing major.   Let’s hope not, we don’t need any more rain!

Generation this week has been off very late at night until 5:00 to 6:00 a.m. the next day.  One unit on for an hour, then two units for an hour or two, then four for the remainder of the date until very late gain.

With the water off then on this week, it has been tough fishing.  The fish are not settled in where we normally find them because of this fluctuation.

Jim out for half a day with Carl and Paul yesterday.  They caught fish, but worked for them mainly on the ruby, gray scud and a sculpin pattern.  Gina had her Wednesday Jim out for the day.  She said the fish were wherever….  They had an everything day, rain, fog, sun,

Jim & nice brown - 87/22/15

Jim & nice brown – 7/22/15

four units, and spotty fish, but definitely enough to keep them interested.  Best pattern was the ruby 2 midge.

Stan out today with John and his son, Wyatt.  They worked hard, had fun and caught fish.  Mainly it was the ruby 2 under the big ruby and a few on the tiger tail.

 

 

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