Work For The Fish…You’ll Find Them

A little nippy these past few mornings.  Tomorrow will be no exception.  Should be in the 30s around 7:00 a.m. and warm up to the upper 40s during the day.  Turkey Day we will get a little warmer start to the morning…mid to upper 30s by 7:00 a.m. then 60 for the high.  Friday and Saturday are both looking like 60s for the high.  Sunday a little cooler, but back into the 60s for the early part of next week.

Non-stop generation for the past four days.  Tomorrow’s projection shows three units on at 7:00 a.m. and running at least three hours, down to two units for an hour then about 2500 cfs for the balance of the day.

Stan on the river last Thursday with Gary and Barry from the Lee’s Summit.  They worked hard and found some fish willing to take the holographic green crackleback.  The midge bite was definitely off.

Friday, Carolyn took Wednesday Jim out for half a day.  Morning started out pretty good on the black copperhead midge.  Tried moving around and using other patterns with little luck.  Went back to our original location and started fishing a size 20 tan scud about 10 inches under a dry and had a fun rest of the trip catching on this.

Matt – 11/20/17

David and his grandson, Matt spent half a day yesterday on the water with Dana.  Fun day for Matt.  This was his first trip and a birthday present from his grandfather.  Matt caught the most and biggest fish.  Of course, after all….it was his birthday!  Ruby 2 under an orange egg pattern was the combo for them.

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