Generation Changes~Fishing~Super Weather

Seen here is Chris K. from Charlotte NC

The lake finally hit the normal pool elevation of 654 feet on Saturday.  Generation however changed a bit even before it hit that level with some much weaker generation during the evening and into the morning with water flows increasing around noon to 5 units or up to 12,000 CFS.  So the new pattern seems to be some lower generation in the AM with more as the day warms up.  We’ll see if it continues as cooler weather arrives.  This guide has pretty much been fishing every day up until today so if you were wondering where Jim’s reports were I just didn’t have any time to put one together until today.  The catching has slowed a bit for the upper end of the river and of course we have just gone through another full moon phase which pretty much slows down the catching for a day or two. With  generation change and lower flows various types of hoppers and ants have been garnering some strikes and hook ups on the upper end of the river and some of the brown trout are coloring up and looking handsome. Midges are starting to become a bit more productive and of course SJ Worms are the White River Staple. Below are a few pictures of some of the folks who have fished with me so far this month.  November has open days so if you are on the prowl for some good fish call 870-404-8906 and book your fishing adventure today.

Check out the fly shop page.  Lots of Tiemco hooks arriving this week.  Tungsten Beads are all in stock in all sizes and colors.

A bit of a run in with a deer brought this chopper close to the river which landed on the first fairway of the golf course.

Fellow guide Ron has been and will be a big help with multiple boat trips this month.  Some photos provided by Ron.

Book your White River Fly Fishing Adventure today by calling 870-404-8906.

Stay Fishy My Friends.

Jimmy T.

 

About JimTraylor

Jim has 23 years experience guiding on the White River and is one of the best casting instructor on the water teaching 1,000's of folks how to cast or improve their cast and catch fish.
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