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The big fish are starting to strap on the feed bag for the fall. The colder weather has got them looking to eat. With the colder weather things...
Float tubes will do better until the water temperatures change.
The current flow of the Otter is 233CFS with great clarity. The water temp is in the high 50's. We may get some rain tomorrow but otherwise the...
It's going to warm up this week and we'll have some beautiful days to enjoy the fall colors. Maybe not the best conditions for BWOs to hatch....
Rain and lots of it with snow in the higher elevations this week. Tailwater fisheries like the lower Shoshone will be THE place to fly fish until...
Salmon derby has started! Browns are in too... Anglers are reporting ten-twenty fish days. Watch out for high water as the rain swells the river...
Smallmouth Bass and Northern Pike are on the Fall feed big time right now, look for fish blowing up on Shad and cast towards the frothy water!
Kings on gravel, steelhead increasing in numbers
Slight winds and cool with some fall weather headed our way
Warm weather prevails until the weekend. Fishing should stay pretty good. The closer to Callicoon you get, the clearer the water is.
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