Fishing Reports

Fishing Report – February 09, 2012

As expected February has been hot for Bull Trout. Great numbers, and great size. Averaging between 8 to 17 fish landed per day with 3 to 5 rods. Fish are in the 5 – 14lb range for the most part. Absolute fatties. They are in their prime right now. Billies and Lyman Plugs on top have been producing best, pulling at around 2 mph. Colors change every day of course depending on the weather. Flasher and hootchie down deep was working about a week ago, but the fish seem to be more on the surface lately.

The rainbows have been a bit moody lately because of the cold water. However the ones we are getting have been nice ones. The big spawners are starting to stage up in the north part of the lake, so catching more of these now. If it’s not a chromer, or going on your wall, we are releasing these ones. Hopeing for another record year at Gerrard.

Troll a fly or lures below 2 mph. Less action the better when the water is cold like this. It can try your patience, but the rewards will be huge.

The water may be cold, but the weather has been great. Most days getting above freezing, and the sun has been showing up as well. Got some color on my face on Tuesday on a beautiful sunny day.

 

See you soon!!!

 

PS: Be sure to check to like us on Facebook to keep up to date with the fishing reports and other media.

 

 

Tight Lines … Brad Stubbs

www.kootenaykingfisher.com

Ph:250-265-7110


Categorised as: Fishing Reports


Comments are closed.

Follow Us

follow us on facebook or youtube for more pictures and videos of these trophy fish


Follow us on Facebook Follow us on YouTube
Testimonials

"Lots of big fish and good laughs, you are truly a professional and we look forward to fishing with you again in the winter on Kootenay Lake. "

- Blaine


"How do 3 and 1/2 men bring home their catch after a salmon trip with Kootenay Kingfisher


Answer: 2 cars and 6 coolers :)"

- Vern


Contact

Phone:

1-403-505-2443 (Cell Phone)


E-mail:

info@kootenaykingfisher.com