Wow…what a season we’ve had! We have fished through every type of weather from cold, rainy days through 100 degree heat waves and every system in between! The last few days have been warm, but for the most part I think we are well on our way to Autumn. With Autumn comes the tail-end of our general season, so I thought it was high time to post an update on the Nor-Cal fishing…
Fall River– The Fall has been really good…we’ve picked up good numbers of fish, fairly good-sized, too. To date, we have had a very prosperous fishing season on the ‘home waters’! The Mahogany Duns are starting to come off and the dry fly should only get better as the season progresses.
Pit River – Just waded the Pit today – flows are higher than usual so the wading is a bit tougher but worth the extra energy for the fish we’re landing! As a result of the higher flows, the number of anglers on the river is down quite a bit. In fact, I’ve had the river to myself the last few times I’ve been out!
McCloud River– The McCloud is getting better…the October Caddis are starting to do their thing and it’s really working!
The lack of web updates is a positive result of my busy season! Hang in there and keep on checking the site…as the season winds down I will be able to get more info out there to you guys. Meanwhile, a quick email sent my way in the a.m is usually returned right away that evening so if you need more details between updates just send me a line!