Haha, well done! I was giving you **** in my post! Great info in this post, though.. I do know where you were and figured that from your first post. These temps are weird.. not sure I approve.Water temp was 46 yesterday down where we were fishing. Much higher than I expected. Yesterdays sun and temps and how far from the dam we were fishing must have made all the difference in water temp and got the fish awake and hungry. The location also made all the difference with the lack of people fishing the water we targeted. It was a Nice warm Saturday after all. I tried the usual, strike indicator, lead, attractor and small midge with no love (#22 Black beauty and candycane). The person I was fishing with was killing it on white jigs. Glad that I had a few streamers with me! Most of the fish were caught within 2-3 hours midday, then it slowed down considerably. Most of the fish were in the 11-12 inch class so not picture worthy. But still fast action in Feb!!!! Can't complain. 2 were small mouth bass, the rest were slimers. I only took one pic of a nice fish that my fishing partner for the day caught. It is up to him to post the pic if he wants too. He is a forum member.
Well is that better Oyey? You should be able to figure out everything you want to know from that info if you are somewhat worthy of the information..... So if you figure out the location keep it to yourself!:nono:
x2Bugz you sure tie up some nice lures and flies.
Fordo, I don't care about giving away locations on a river everyone fishes. Its the techniques that I won't share with everyone......Not everyone catches big bows consistently in the winter on heavily pressured water.then grumpy ninja shows the pic and gives it away with the backround.