About 6″ of snow fell today. I went fishing today during the storm. Conditions actually weren’t that bad, and I saw only one other angler.
I hooked and landed two trout. A video of a 17″ one is at the bottom (or, click here). I caught it on a size 32 hook, which is the smallest you can buy. They are a pain to tie given how miniscule they are. But, small midges are a major food source for fish during winter. I find it ironic that the bigger fish today was caught on the smallest fly you can fish.
A good day.
3 thoughts on “A Saturday Snowstorm”
Very nice fish, haven’t gone out in a week or so, but getting the itch.
Thanks! Where do you fish in the winter? I hit the Swift River, a tailwater.
I live in Pa. fish Clarks and Stoney Creeks around Harrisburg.. They are mountain creeks Clarks comes from a resevoir and Stoney is a limestone creek.