Monthly Archives: November 2013

Spring Creek Report

With the river flowing slush ice (or in some spots frozen over) the Spring Creeks have been the place to be.  Size #20-22 blue wing olives were coming off as soon as we arrived to the diagonal riffle at Armstrong’s, … Continue reading

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Winter Fishing

Anglers are definitely now facing winter conditions on the Stone.  With real temperatures hitting -6°F this morning it’s pretty hard to get excited to gear up and go fishing.  Ice chunks are floating down the river today; yesterday ice was … Continue reading

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Spawn still on…

Not much has changed over here.  Most of the browns are still on (or near) their redds.  Still, there are a few fish to be found in the classic swing water, runs, and riffles.   Typically these fish will be … Continue reading

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Rainbows on the prowl…

With most of the browns busy doing there thing right now we’ve been catching a lot more rainbows in the main riffles, runs, and foam eddies.  While the average size of fish hasn’t been huge, they are almost all healthy … Continue reading

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November on the Stone

Unfortunately the nice browns we were catching two weeks ago are no longer running up the heavy runs or holding along the deeper, undercut banks.  The reality is that most the larger browns are either up a tributary, on their … Continue reading

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