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The Rain Ends, It's Sulphur Time


To our readers I apologize for not writing a Fishing Report for the last two weeks. Frankly, it's been raining almost continuously between posts. Finally, however it looks like better weather is here. Fishing during the rainy period was almost entirely subsurface nymphs such as the Prince, Hare's Ear and Pheasant Tail along with Caddis Larva were successful along with streamers such as the Black Ghost and Woolly Buggers. I hope to have more Squirmy Worms in the shop this week, enough said. Until Dave McKenna dropped off a new box load, we couldn't keep Tungsten Bead Nymphs in the shop; those Euro-Nymphers are really catching fish in these high water spring conditions. We have a good supply now and will be restocking for the Memorial Day weekend.

This week we also received an interesting contest from Winston Fly Rods. Cast a Winston and anglers will receive a chance to win two Winston rods of their choice. It is a national contest but still worth a try and the Winstons are beautiful rods.

We also have some swag from Scott Fly Rods. They have some of my favorite rod models including the Radian, G-Series and Meridian. We will include a Scott Hat of your choice from our inventory. I know it's a hat but the rods speak for themselves.