I finally made it out fishing today, and went to the nearby South River, SRW. Since I last went, the water level has dropped to a comfortable 140 CFS. It was a bit off-color, but nice temp at 60 degrees.
The fish have moved from their deep holding runs, and being rainbows, were found in the sections with good pocket water. There was no hatch, but they savaged a small, brown wooly bugger. they ran 10-14 inches and had lots of fight for their size.
’twas a nice morning!
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