Stop fishing!!! Hi I’m Mickey Anderson from Fish Tech with this week’s fishing report. Next time you go fishing, take a screen with you, take 15 minutes to screen the river. Not only will that help you for the rest of the day, but it’s going to help you with next year’s information. I’ll take all the insects that I’ve gathered off my net and put them in vials so I have the nymphs, the pupas and the adults. I’m going to take this back to my desk and tie flies so that I’m ready for my next trip or next year. Put all that information down in your journal. Now next year, you can take a look at it and you can see what you were using this year. I’m also going to look through my journal and see what I used last year and what’s coming up. I know that PMD’s and Yellow Sally’s are coming up so I’m going to go through my fly box and make sure that I’m ready for that. If I’m not, I’m going to tie a few flies and get the boxes ready. If you don’t tie your own flies, right now is the best time to buy the flies for the next hatch because we have the best assortment. For information on what’s happening now and what’s happening next month, come on in to Fish Tech and we’ll help you out. And now for tonight’s fishing line. — Mother’s Day caddis hatch on the Weber River! —
THE RIVER IS LOW AND CLEAR.
MICKEY SUGGESTS TRYING ANY OF THESE:
A #16 OLIVE CADDIS PUPA, A #16 OLIVE ELK
HAIR CADDIS AS A DRY FLY AND A #10
STONE FLY NYMPH. ALSO TRY USING A GOLD
VIBRAX SPINNER OR A TROUT COLORED
LOOK FOR THE CADDIS MID-DAY HATCH!
NOW THAT WATER TEMPERATURES ARE
IN THE LOW 50’s, SOME ANGLERS HAVE
BEEN TARGETING WALLEYE AND DONE
WELL. REPORTS OF GOOD FISHING FROM
SHORE AND BOATS. OCCASIONAL
REPORTS OF BASS AND PERCH, BUT THESE
WILL INCREASE AS THE WATER