Fishing Reports

Fishing Report – December 11, 2006

What a month it’s been!!  Horace was up for 2 weeks to try and set some BullTrout records.  We fished Arrow Lake as in the past – mid November has always produced big Bulls. Well, it was the slowest fishing I’ve ever had!!  Very disappointing… low numbers of fish, and small fish.  We fished hard every day, but no record.  We’ll try again in February on Kootenay Lake.

Back over to Kootenay I went on Nov. 25th.  The first couple of days were slow.  Minus 16 degree weather, and a 2 – 4ft. chop from the north kept things pretty unsettled.  But that got settled out, and the big trout are on the bite.  Numerous fish 12 – 17lbs, and the biggest one came on Dec. 04 at 19lbs 4oz. A beautifull hen that was 35.5 inches long.

All the big fish are coming in on hair. Almost all the flies are in Bob’s six pack of flies that I’ve been mailing out to you.  The 210, 223, and the brown fly that doesn’t have a number yet.

I have a single day open on Dec. 20th, the new moon, and dates open after Dec. 29.  Lots of great fishing to be done this winter.

Tight Lines … Brad

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