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Fishing and Other News. 7/22/07

Tungsten Bead SizesTungsten Bead SizesWe actually got some low water for a few days last week from wednesday thru friday. The fish sure like it and bite well. Sulphers are still emerging on the upper end of the river from the dam down to the narrows. Not as prolific as they were and all the flies associated with the hatch are working well. Trout Crack, San Juan Worms, various midges and even some caddis nymps are attracting the attention of some good fish. Did get to do some sight fishing on friday with a gentleman from Washington State. Hooked and landed a bunch of fish in a four 1/2 hour period on the low water. We also did hook and play a decent brown trout for a few minutes and got to see it in the water but ….. it got off. Fishing has been good from the dam all the way down to buffalo shoals.

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The Ranchetts access has been improved and there are some pics in the gallery. I did use that boat ramp today and parking is being expanded there. Our guide association see http://whiterivertroutguides.com has put in some picnic tables and fire rings for public use. We do ask that if you use them please respect them as others will use them in the future.

Other News:

For you that use tungsten beads for fly tying the flyshop now has a much expaned selection. Beads from the smallest to the biggest in five colors are now available. They come in packages of 25 for 6.95 per package or roughly 24 cents a bead. Orders over the phone or via E-mail are accepted. Vs and Master card are accepted as well.

Here is hoping for some more wading water. Good luck fishing.

Jimmy T.

By JimTraylor

I have 25 years experience guiding on the White River and have taught 100's of folks how to fly fish. I welcome newcomers. My casting instruction technique is simple, gentle, easy going and highly productive. All trips are catch and release only.

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