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I am not a big winter fishing guy, but I was jonesing for the tug. I had the opportunity to hit up a very small tailwater beneath a reservoir last weekend and got into some brookies and browns. I hadn't seen that mix of fish before which intrigued me. Only had about an hour and a half to fish, but got it done with some smaller samples of what is in the water under this dam. A black beadhead hare's ear and and beadhead flashback pheasant tail were working pretty well. There was something coming off the water, but not too sure what it was and no fish were taking any bugs off the surface.

I took some video of my time out there and put together a little report. It's not much, but hopefully it will make you happy on this cold morning (-11 F at our house this morning). I just got a new camera and am starting to play around with it. Here is the link to my video if you are interested:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A3jGE7J5P3Q

If you are looking for something warmer, I recently posted a really short video of some brown trout fishing from the fall. It's a little warmer looking, I mean there are still leaves on the trees. Anyways, if you are interested in that too, here is the link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9j-1GS1xRM
 

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Nice work! A friend of a friend once told me that there was grayling at that location. Do you know if this is true?
 

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Thanks for the kind words everyone.

I didn't catch any grayling here, wish I did, they are on my list.

Catchmore- I don't have an underwater camera, I want one, but I don't have one right now, so I am not sure what you were referring to. Maybe a different video that wasn't mine?
 
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