Gals Go Fish! – What A Hoot Of A Day!

A little cooler today than it has been.  Supposed to hit 90.  Looks like upper 80s and low 90s through the coming week with slight (30-40%) chances for rain from Tuesday through Friday.  Then the same chances from next Sunday through Tuesday.  That’s a long ways off.  Will probably change six times!

Low generation for a short time yesterday morning.  This morning, we had a low one unit until noon when they cranked it up to the equivalent of two units.  Scheduled to ramp up to the equivalent of three by 1:00 p.m.  According to the schedule, there should be no generation tomorrow until noon or 1:00 p.m.  Then one for an hour and ramp up to three for an hour, then three for four hours.  Cross your fingers.  Would be great to see no generation for a while in the morning!

Kathi – 6/27/19

Thursday, Gina took Kathi and Bill out for the day.  Good day nymphing all day with the big ruby and black copperhead or ruby 2 droppers.  Lots of water

Bill – 6/27/19

with the equivalent of three units most of the trip.  Dana had Brock, from Texas, out for half a day.  Good day for them on the ruby 2 under the big ruby and stripping the Tiger Tail.

Steve and his friend, Kyle, fished again with Carolyn this past Friday.

Kyle – 6/28/19

Another good day for these guys on the ruby 2 under the big ruby.  Different water than their last trip which was a low one unit all day.  They had to work with the two and  three generators flow.  Think Steve brought the first fish to the boat but Kyle was on a roll.

Saturday, eight ladies from Gals Go Fish took the Orvis 301 clinic.  Two of them were paired up with a guide to fish and learn for the day.  What a day!  Hot, one unit on when they started, ramped up to two shortly after getting on the

Carol and Gina – 6/2919

water and hit three units by the time they took a break for lunch.  Darren had Martha and Kathi.  They fished the ruby 2 under a big

Georgiana – 6/29/19

ruby.  Gina’s gals were Georgiana and Carol.  Size 16 ruby 2 under the big ruby were their patterns for the day.  Hooked at least one stripping.  We always try to get the ladies into stripping!.  Dana’s fly fishing gals were Michelle and Sarah and they had a good day on the ruby 2 or black copperhead midges under the big ruby.  Last,

Cheryl – 6/29/19

but not least, Sally and Cheryl fished with Carolyn.  It was the black copperhead, ruby 2 and finally the P&P under the big ruby for

Sally’s first brown – 6/29/19

them.  Each hooked at least one fish stripping, but none to the boat.  Fun, fun day for everyone, especially the guides!

 

 

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