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Fishing Report

Please be aware of Redds!! It is our job as anglers to make sure we protect the health of our fisheries for ourselves and future generations. Please know what a Redd looks like and keep an eye out on every trout stream you frequent. To play it safe, stay off the gravel in a stream whenever possible until April.

Here's some info and pictures if you don't know what to look for: http://www.ginkandgasoline.com/trout-fishing/dont-tread-on-my-redd-3/


10-5-18  Beaver Creek: 

 Beaver Creek is looking better. It's got plenty of water but it's not colored up. There's enough visibility now to fish terrestrials and nymphs. For streamer fishing, it doesn't have to be big stuff. Muddlers, wooly buggers and sculpin patterns will do well. Nymphing with cressbugs and baetis nymphs. Blue wing olives should start hatching soon along with some caddis. 


Big Hunting Creek:

Water levels are great but please be aware of temperatures. All of this rain leads to warm water flowing over the dam. Temps got up to 72 on 8/1 which would be fatal to any fish you catch. They are back down now and should be good. You can always check the gauge here https://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/uv/?site_no=01640975