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The river has only a tinge of color from some of the valley snow melting. The past week has had very good nymph fishing. Soft hackles and little midge nymphs have been a must have ... morefor your fly box. The fish are also feeding on dead drifted streamers. The cold water temps make the fish not want to have to chase something down that is moving fast. Dead drift a medium sized streamer through the bottom of deep holes that the fish love to spend the winter. BOATERS BEWARE!!!! Floating downstream from Carters Bridge is becoming dangerous, there is a major hydraulic just downstream from Carters Bridge that has become very nasty, several other hydraulics further downstream from Carters Bridge have become extremely turbulent as well, floating this section should only be done by very experienced oarsmen. If you are going to put in at Carters use extreme caution navigating these holes and bring a raft, floating this section in a drift boat is NOT recommended. Be safe and good luck!
Fishing Water Report:
Date:
Sunday, 15 Nov, 2015
Fish Caught:
4-8 fish
The weather is making things tougher. It's getting to be the time of year to fish your nymph rod. The browns are spawning and when they wrap up they will be looking for their winter ... moreholding areas.
Fishing Water Report:
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Date:
Sunday, 15 Nov, 2015
Fish Caught:
1-3 fish
The river flow is at winter levels below 3000 cfs. Nymphing has been a hot way to fish. The flies will be small, size 20's. RS2's, Purple Death and some Ray Charles are a good starting ... morepoint. Now that we are into the beginnings of the winter weather the nymph rod will be your weapon of choice. Start the day with a normal length of leader to fish deep. As the day progresses, try shortening the length. During the warmest part of the day you may find fish in relatively shallow water. This weekend is going to be around 40 degrees.
Fishing Water Report:
Date:
Sunday, 15 Nov, 2015
Time to start fishing streamers. As it warms in the afternoons, you can try some ants and beetles. Down deeper are the larger fish. Baetis hatches are appearing in the morning.
Fishing Water Report:
Date:
Sunday, 15 Nov, 2015
The Ruby River is a good fishing late fall and winter fishery. With plenty of trout to be had ranging from 8-18 inches. Streamer fishing and nymphing are fishing very well. Near the ... moredam are the largest concentrations of fish. The flows will be down on this already small wade fishery so working the obvious water is fairly easy.
Fishing Water Report:
Date:
Sunday, 15 Nov, 2015
Fish Caught:
9-12 fish
The last two weeks on the McCloud River have been great fishing. On one day it was a crazy number, and on the other one of the largest Rainbows I have ever seen. The weather cooled, ... morethen it rained, and then the river lit up. It has been excellent fishing since but alas she closes today, November 15 for a much needed rest. Mark your calendar April 30, 2016 is when she opens again.
Fishing Water Report:
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Date:
Friday, 13 Nov, 2015
Fish Caught:
9-12 fish
The river has been running below typical levels and this has required our guides to use stealth-tactics. Most anglers have been focusing their efforts downstream of Orofino, but there ... moreare fish throughout the entire system. Despite the low water, the catching has been really good. We've caught some really large fish over the past week. The B-runs are here! Most fish are being caught in deeper slots and in the heads of the runs. The gin clear water forces the fish to hold in deep water or under surface chop for cover.

Fly anglers swinging found success using smaller/sparse patterns on full floating lines. Clients have even been picking up a hand full of salmon on the fly, which can be a pretty exciting experience!

Gear anglers using Blue Pirate, Bubble Gum Pink and Green Pirates plugs, diver \ shrimp and Bobber \ Jig have been the top producers. Side drifting has also been productive, but only in selective runs.
Fishing Water Report:
Date:
Sunday, 18 Oct, 2015