Post by Steve King (Admin) on Feb 6, 2007 23:57:06 GMT -6
Here are some "what works best" excerpts from other message boards:
"Scuds, pheasant tails, san juans, and hare's ears work extremely well in the riffles. Almost no one fishes them, but the fish are usually stacked along the current breaks. If you see a shadow that looks like a fish, cast to it, and it will usually bite. I can get 15 fish in about an hour this way. Avoid the 1-3 pm fishing. You are better off to hang around and do nothing, like the fish. Get something to eat and maybe a nap.
"I would say glo-balls (I know it hurts some people, but they work)the crackleback and pale morning duns. Also, the flat water behind the lodge can be very good with the glo-balls or nymphs under an indicator around the downed trees in the morning. Site 423 is pretty good, but book early, its hard to get in.