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New Jersey Fly Fishing Report June 24th- June 30th 2016
Shannon's 2016 Stocking Effort & River News . . .
Shannon's River Update: Shannon's and Trout Unlimited have partnered to stock Point Mountain TCA with trout. 200 12-15 inch Rainbows were stocked recently.
Sporadic Isonychia (Slate Drakes) with more Light Cahills hatching in the evening. Good numbers of Golden Stones and some Yellow Sallies along with some larger Brown Stoneflies hatching especially in fast rocky sections such as KLG.
River conditions are low and clear. We need rain! Morning fishing can be outstanding right now but monitor stream temperatures with a thermometer and quit fishing when the water reaches 70 degrees.
Caddis, Tricos and BWO's in the morning, Summer Sulphurs, Light Cahills and Slate Drakes at dusk. Very good fly fishing in June.
It's time to think about terrestrials: Ants and Beetles
Some nice holdover fish left over from last year's holiday stockings.
If you don't believe me then check out last year's video.
All of our trout are purchased from Vern and Jeff Mancini at The Musky Hatchery in Asbury, NJ and are certified disease free. Thank you to all of our donors who have contributed so generously. Also, we are grateful for the support and assistance of Affinity Federal Credit Union in supporting our effort.
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General Hatches, Fly Recommendations and Tips . . .
Hatch Update: In low water, look for Tricos in the morning at first light followed by caddis after 9am. Check water temps and give the fish a break after temps reach 70 degrees.
the day: Fish
tandem rigs to improve your nymphing success. Fish
nymphs and emergers or midges in tandem. I always
prefer to fish the larger fly first, but to each their own. The
easiest way is to tie the first fly on as usual then attach the
second by using a clinch knot tied to the bend of the first
fly. Space the flies about twenty inches apart. It is also a good idea to
balance your tandems by keeping them within a couple of hook sizes
of each other. Use enough weight to keep the flies just off the bottom
drifting slowly. Drag free drifts are a must now. Keep as little fly
line on the water as possible and pay attention! Strikes may be
subtle or fierce. If using a strike indicator, place it one and a half to
twice the depth of the water you are fishing from the first fly. Any
additional weight should be about six to eight inches from the first
fly. Streamers: Muddler
Buggers, Grey Ghost, Black Nose Dace,
and Zonkers if the water is off color. Work them slowly!
Note: I use larger nymphs and bead-heads when the water is higher and less weight when water drops. On the South Branch, use the heavier flies when the stream flow exceeds about 175-185 cfs.
Current Local Hatch Chart . . .
Note: Some hatches overlap time periods
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