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23 01, 2017

Montana’s Georgetown Lake Kicking Out Nice Bows

2018-04-18T18:59:17-07:00

By: Chris Shaffer To say it was cold at Montana’s Georgetown Lake would be an understatement. When we arrived on a few feet of ice mid-morning the temperature rang in at -18. As cold as it was there was no wind. It wasn’t that bad, particularly considering we had no shanty and no portable heat. [...]

Montana’s Georgetown Lake Kicking Out Nice Bows2018-04-18T18:59:17-07:00
19 12, 2016

Chattooga River Stuffed with Rainbow Trout

2018-04-18T18:59:21-07:00

By: Chris Shaffer Extreme drought has hit the Southeast this fall and while some precipitation has fallen between Thanksgiving and now streams and rivers remain much lower than historical averages. Meanwhile, that hasn’t affected trout fishing along the South Carolina and Georgia border. In fact, it could be better than normal as trout are corralled [...]

Chattooga River Stuffed with Rainbow Trout2018-04-18T18:59:21-07:00
19 07, 2016

Sacramento River Rainbows Providing Epic Action in Nor Cal

2018-04-18T19:00:57-07:00

By: Mike Bogue While portions of the Sacramento River opened to salmon fishing last weekend the bite is slow as we expected. Meanwhile, those of us targeting trout are experiencing excellent action near Red Bluff. On a normal day action is constant. Normal days are common this time year because the weather and flows tend [...]

Sacramento River Rainbows Providing Epic Action in Nor Cal