For what species? May be a decent general guide but weather plays a big role. Also if the lake is shallow or deep. 62-65 degrees is a pretty good guide for any of the three bass species. Some people put alot of stock in moon phase too.
Leave those bedding bass alone-would you want someone coming in your bedroom when your in the middle of it?
It is for bass, and it is not just a set map, it takes into account weather and so on. Kinda cool to look at, and good if you are planning a trip elsewhere to fish. As for bedding bass, I fish all through the spawn, I dont target bedding bass and don't use lizards or salamanders, though I proabably do catch a few, if you fish during the spawn it will happen. Just get them back in the water ASAP.
Since the 1980s a group of us would go on several annual backpack/fishing trips to alpine lakes (snowmass, stout creek, various sangre de cristo lakes, capitol (now fished out ? ) constantine - just to name a few.
We are now in our 60s so for the past couple of yrs we've selected a base camp...
Wondering if anyone has a boulder boat works boat and what your thoughts are about how it performs on Colorado rivers. I currently have a two person cataraft which I might keep, but need a bigger boat to accommodate a growing family. I would be looking to use it on the Colorado, Roaring Fork, N...
Whatever Happened to the Bragging Board? Maybe I’m missing it but I don’t see it and I remember it being one of the major threads on here at one point. I really enjoyed looking it over.
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While fly fishing the Big T below the dam, I was thinking to my self wait a minute wouldn't a nice jerkbait get me into some brown below the dam? Anyone try jerk bait fishing for the browns down there? I'm going to give it a try before work a few morning see what i can come away with.