Lets start a new thread....Reports. Whose been out? Any Luck? Where did you go? Hows the water? etc.
:lol::lol::lol: Seriously, what are you talking about? It's common knowledge that the Paint is better for trout when the water is high than the Clinton. I just fish the Clinton because my Dad is 62 and he can't wade miles of shoreline to find fish.Now we are advertising over the internet the Paint over the Clinton. The fishery is going to ruined for ever.
Well then its amazing that any trout survive in this crick at all,I wonder with the heat what the level is at now?The biggest problem for the Paint is not the number of people fishing it either, it's the fact that it doesn't keep a constant flow and in the summer goes down to a trickle and dries up in some spots.
Aaron, you can attest to how tough trout are Seriously though the big problem is it dries up, where the fish go, I have no idea. Would have to ask somebody who fishes it but from what I know the dam is a big problem because it's not open enough to keep a good flow. On a side note sorry about last night I was having problems with my messenger. - BryonWell then its amazing that any trout survive in this crick at all,I wonder with the heat what the level is at now?
With higher than normal flows does it result in trout having to work harder at catching food? In addition the river will be receiving greater than normal "dirty" water overflow.Well for mean the time some nasty thundstorms are dropping alot of water would should keep the creek flowing for a good while.Dont think we will have to worry about it drying up for a little while at least.
I went to the Clinton yesterday, water was HIGH and dark. No fish caught but I didn't stay long. Visibility was only around an inch with a chartreuse rapala. - BryonSeems like we are getting off topic, again. Anyone fish it lately? How did you do? It would be nice if there could be thread focusing on "successful" outings. Whether that means catching fish, spending time with friends & families, or just enjoying the outdoors for awhile.