Sunday, February 9, 2020

Caddis Larva




Consistent Fishing All Winter Long

The mild weather continues in the Bozone as of late. I've been busy with work but have kept fishing when I can, mostly on local waters. Lower sections of some freestoners are ice free which is abnormal for this time of year. One day while struggling to get into fish I managed to pick up up and pumped it's stomach to see what it had been eating. Tons of green and tan caddis around the #16-#12 size came out. This has changed my action over the past few weeks to absolute madness. The catching has been crazy and I've enjoyed every minute of it! I haven't tossed a midge or RL in 3 weeks. JCN has been one of my go to patterns with a tag rotation of Bubble Yums and Walts Worms. Hopefully this warmer then normal temp keeps up....if it lasts a few more weeks I think the deep freeze that usually consumes Montana will be less likely.

Trout Are Eating Well This Winter
Winter Paradise 









3 comments:

  1. I always look forward to your posts. Been trying to learn to fish the mono rig on the Flathead with poor results but...it will come.
    Nice work.

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    1. Keep at it man. Took me an entire year and countless outings before I started to dial it in. If your ever in the southwestern part of the state hit me up!

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  2. I just want to say thanks for your wonderful post,Very enjoyable to visit this blog and find something exciting and amazing.


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    I think you not ever Seen this type of traditional and primitive fishing!!!

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