We’re Seeing Off Water In The Mornings!

Pretty nice weather the past several days.  Lots of sunshine and not as hot as it had been a couple weeks ago.  Looks like this will continue into next weekend.  Temperatures mostly in the upper 80s.  Sure beats the upper 90s we had been having.  Very slight chances for rain by next Sunday.

Generators have been off every morning since last Monday.  Some days they turn on one or two units around 11:00 a.m. then ramp it up to a low four units with a couple hours.  Off in the evening by 8:00 to 9:00 p.m.  Table Rock is now below power pool so we will probably see this trend continue.

Darren on the water last Tuesday.  Tough day for his guy Vernon.  They caught a few fish on the thread midge or the egg/scud combo.

Thursday, Carolyn took Sharon and Penny out for the morning.  Fun ladies day out catching on the ruby 2 or a red San Juan worm.

Friday, Dana was on the river with Al from Parkville.  Tough day for them but they did catch a few on the ruby 2 midge.

Sam, Rich and Eli took a one day clinic with Carolyn on Friday, so she had them on the river fishing Saturday.

Eli – 8/15/20

Good day for these guys on a #16 scud or a copper dun midge.  They loved fly fishing enough that they booked

Terry – 8/15/20

another day for Sunday.  Terry and his nephew, Doug were fishing with Darren.  Pretty good day for them on the ruby 2 midge or the egg/scud combo.   Dana fished

Derek – 8/15/20

Derek and Kevin from Kansas.  Good day for them on the black copperhead midge.  These were some of the off generation days during the morning hours, so we are all staying

Kevin – 8/15/20

up around the boat ramp and not going all the way through.  When the water comes on, it trashes up the water so bad you cannot keep you fly clean and the fishing goes south.

Sam – 8/16/20

Sunday, Sam, Rich and Eli fished with Darren.  Good day for them again.  Casting is looking better and hooking up

Rich – 8/16/20

with fish was even better.  Their best patterns were a size 18 or 20 gray scud, white mega worm, and the copper dun midge.  Dana and Carolyn had the Curry family on the river.  Dana had the guys, Ryan and Jack, and Carolyn took the ladies, Julie and Scout.  Good day for everyone!  The ladies started off the morning with a double.  Both Julie and Scout had a fish on at the same time.  And, it was pretty steady action all morning.  Lots of patterns were working.  Ruby 2, B-bug, P&P, #20 gray scud and the copper dun midge were probably the most productive.   Dropped my camera in the water Saturday so I’m waiting on pictures from Ryan of their nice fish they caught.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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