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Tyler Legg
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Monday, October 13, 2008




1.) I'll do my best to get a decent fishing report posted tomorrow, but I will do a makeshift report. Fishing for trout up in the mountains will not be the best, as temperatures are expected to soar to the low to mid 80's up in the high country, so we will see the precedent 80's we saw a month ago. As long as you fish in the mornings, and up high (3,000-5,000) you should find that the fishing isn't half bad. Still, droppers are working, while green weenies, copper johns, lightning bugs, PT nymphs and so on are the targeted nymphs. Dries to offer to the fish would include #14-20 Adams, #14-18 light cahills, and small cream midges. Again, experiment with those droppers, to find that certain bug the fish agree with.

2.) Fall foliage is really shifting into gear, and the fall foliage is now really creeping down out of the mountains. Check out http://www.foliagenetwork.net/ for various foliage maps. The trees around the Charlotte area are now starting to change their color, with the colder mornings, resulting in low production of Chlorophyll in the leaves. With that being said, I'm sure the flowers will bloom and the plants will start growing once more, with these warm temps that are expected......zeesh...mother nature can't make up her mind!

3.) More later.

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