Jon Gore of Indiana did a great job making this video. Many thanks to Jon. See more of his work here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG97HZyPr9UXTVdnN0wnraQ
Also on Friday afternoon around 4:00 PM a few shad began to trickle through. The fish turned on on the surface with 6 units of water running. Then about 4:20 I witnessed the biggest shad kill I have seen in a decade. The next day we fished on the surface all day long and had a ton of fun. First timer Zach caught on to the casting and the hook setting as fast as anyone I’ve ever had in my boat.
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Think Hoppers, Drys & Midges… On low flows hoppers are the ticket. No fog and bright sunshine with a unit or two of water generating and it can be pretty good. More than that and it’s go to the bottom time. On Min flow with no fog some drys are working pretty well especially at the dam. If it’s a bit foggy on the water midges suspended below a small indicator will take fish. On some bigger water streamers can pull some big boys out of the shadows.
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