That time of year is upon us again; greens turn to yellows, reds, oranges and eventually browns. Each morning will bring birds and the frost line further south. Deer push out their winter coats as we pull out wool sweaters, jeans and rubber boots. Our streams fill with colorful leaves, keeping our flies from reaching the now colorful fish. Hormones are beginning to flow through the fish like the water in the rivers, hook-jaws are devolving and bellies are getting fat with roe. As brown trout get frisky and excited, so do we. Though, unlike the fish, we are not in theRead More
Yes, it has rained considerably; yet the Gunpowder has only risen only a few CFS. I would imagine the river may discolored down stream of a tributary, and that is about it. you may even be able to fish a dry fly this evening. As of now, the upper Gunpowder is flowing 43 CFS up in the Catch and Release area, and 130 CFS down at Glencoe.