I've caught so few bows up in the cats I can remember each one. I was on the BK a few years back with newbie (I think it was newbie) and was telling him that I rarely catch a bow in the Cats, then I proceeded to catch 3 in a row. Go figure.
It's good to see big bows being caught up there...
No he sent me 7 pics of nice brownies that they caught.
Many times I've stood in the EB (and many other rivers for that matter) for an hour or so not seeing any risers and then drove a half mile up or down river and found bugs and rising trout all over.
Well FF...did you end up catching any...
If you guys are planning on fishing WB, EB, and BK, I usually see more midday risers on the upper EB than the other 2, and less fishermen. Something to think about if you're having trouble finding rising fish on a hot sunny afternoon.
Mike, how you doing? And where'd you get that breath taking...
TW, Yea I've stayed there a few times when the kids were small. They always talk about playing in the brook. They even caught a few little trout there. Mostly with their hands or a minnow net. One time my 2 littlest came to me and said "Daddy Daddy, there are trout in the brook." I made a...
ED!!! Good to hear from you bud!
I don't know Ed...my eyes aren't what they used to be...but that looks more like one of those fatheads Dean sells at Stokes Sports Shop than a trout.
How have you been?
Yesterday there were still a few Hendys around, saw a few sulphur cripples and spinners in the evening but not many, plenty of tiny olives, billions of tan/brown grannoms, and a handfull of march browns. Quite a mixed bag. Can't get the fish to rise to grannoms this year until dark. Olives #20...
What do you want to fish for and how do you like to fish?
Mixed bag of stockies
Fly only stretch
I can give you some guidance on where to fish depending on your interests.
It's my home water...I've been fishing it for more than 30...
CMM, Yea when I saw that pic I thought that too. It does look straight and structureless, but its one of my favorite spots. One of the best on the river for dry fly action and rarely fished.
NJ non-res license with trout stamp - 44 bucks You probably spend more than that in gas to go fishing...