Time to knock the rust off.

 

ShovelHead Farmington brown

4-2-10  The water level continues to drop with the river flow mostly consisting of secondary runoff from the Still River and other small streams, this is keeping the morning water temps relatively low around 40 degrees.  The river this morning has receded from the woods to barely covering the banks, which should be good news for weekend anglers.  I have been having better luck fishing mid mornings as the water warms.  Slack water sections of the

Can't wait to find another one of the Babies!

Farmington in the TMA should fish well this weekend with lots of #16 Stoneflies buzzing around and good numbers of caddis have been along the banks in the morning hours with fish rising to them in these slower sections of the river.   Hope to see some of those anglers I haven’t seen all winter on the water this weekend!  This nice weather is certainly motivating me to get out there and start fishing, its been a long winter!  Good luck to all.  This was a full pic of the Brownie that I landed last Saturday.

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