Fishing Report at December 20th 2015

Successful Winter Fly Fishing

Rob with one of several rainbows caught during a lesson to improve his fly fishing skills.

Stillwater trout fishing is on fire right now, the consistent, mild weather means trout are feeding very actively. Most days we are seeing fly hatches at some point and nymphing fish, it’s like mid spring! Buzzers and general nymph patterns, like a hares ear nymph are some of the flies working well. Earlier and later in the day, trout are taking advantage of low light to hunt small fish, this is when streamers are most productive, cast to chasing trout, it’s really exciting. Why not join me this winter?

Rob Pywell pictured above had this to say about his day with Steve: –

Hi Steve,
It was a thoroughly enjoyable day and I was able to take a lot from it. I could not believe how quickly you were able to improve my casting. Then to get out on the water and catch them hard fighting trout was a real bonus.

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