These little guys aren't shy either. They'll readily strike any sort of dry fly, regardless of the conditions. It's a good confidence booster, even if they seldom are over eight inches. I'm always guaranteed to catch (and release) them and they're pretty to look at.
The other evening I fished there for a while and then bushwacked my way downstream, looking for other spots. No real luck with exploration, though I did catch two micro chubs in one smaller pool. Perhaps next time I'll go upstream and see what's in that direction.
|Small salmon with fading parr markings.|
Water: Normal levels, if not a little low. Temps a little under 70, I'd guess.
Weather: Upper 60s, clear.
Fish: Five small salmon, largest being eight or nine inches. Three chubs.
Flies: Size 18 ant imitation.