|12-05-2004 06:01 PM|
Just started surfing this old thread and saw you hail out of Mazama. How often are you there?
|08-29-2004 04:03 AM|
The North Stilly is dropping...slowly
At Hazel this morning, the North Fork of the Stillaguamish had around two feet of visability, and was a non-stressful 54 degrees. The river looks like April or May. Downstream, vis. was <6".
|08-26-2004 11:20 PM|
|Havok||well just got home from the Pillchuck creek again, still muddy but had to chuck for a couple of hours. got skunked but expected, I just like to cast cause every time I get better. :P|
|08-26-2004 04:00 PM|
|Havok||well it hasn't rained today so maybe tomorrow will be better. I don't have waders yet so fishing has been hard, gotta find shore with minimal brush behind me. I caught 5 trees and lost a Bugger :@|
|08-26-2004 10:56 AM|
The rivers on the wet side of the state
are all blown out right now. The Stilly both forks are running about 8' higher than they were a week ago . So that accounts for the brown and grey water. What we need is for the rain to stop falling and a few days to dry out before those places are fishable.
|08-25-2004 07:13 PM|
|Havok||Thank you Jim, I fished a bit on the Pillchuck Creak today, Skunked, and on the Stilly, also skunked, but the water was so Brown and grey. maybe it will settle soon.|
|08-25-2004 11:28 AM|
As far as I know there is no wrong time to go fishing. It's just that some people prefer mornings and some prefer evenings. Me I fish almost any time of the day. And to what flies to use, just stop in any fly shop in the greater Seattle area and ask a few questions. Just as long as you spend a few bucks in there they will help you out. And some will even help you out even if you don't spend anything there.
|08-25-2004 11:05 AM|
It is just a large request. I will work on a primer for you and post it sometime today.
|08-24-2004 11:25 AM|
Washington lakes/creeks times?
I'm very newb to Fly'n but I'm also very excited to start. Buuuuuuuuuuut
My fishing buddy who is teaching me has gone on a tank job in Idaho and won't be back for a month,
so long story short I don't know where to fish, what fly to use and when to use them. Is it some thing I just have to figure out?
I'm sure there are right and wrong times of the week,month,day, and year to fish creeks and lakes, I just don't know them.