A couple days after JB’s previous report on this blog (scroll down), he had another great day: ”The fishing continued to be outstanding for my guests Joe and Michael on Mother Lake while sight fishing from the bank in the morning. The choppy surface and slightly overcast day were perfect conditions that produced double digit numbers of rainbows taking a Chernobyl Ant trailed with a damsel nymph. The damsel bite is on!
This was Michael’s first fly fishing experience and he may be “spoiled” now by Sylvan Dale’s wonderful fishery! The afternoon was spent up on the Main Ranch River and the fishing was good using a Pat’s Rubber Legs trailed by either a PMD or caddis larva nymph…not too many rising fish, as the sun seemed to keep them down, but a great day for Joe and Michael!”
Submitted by: John “JB” Bruning – Guide & Sculptor – www.confluenceartsllc.com