Fishing Report - May 22, 2015

.Today was the first day in while that the Corps didn't have a crazy generation schedule in the morning and Cumberland Bottom Ticklers was there to take advantage of it. Water clarity was still a bit off, but water temp was good. The morning looked like it would be very productive with a nice fog bank, overcast and no wind at all. A old friend from Lexington and I picked off a few here and there, but no real size. The bite really improved after lunch and several nice fish made it to the net. The river was almost void of anyone except for a couple of kayakers. FIshing should only improve as generation schedules become a little more regular. Flies that were productive were orange / re

Fishing Report - May 6, 2015

Heavy rains this Spring kept the Army Corps of Engineers pushing as much water out of Wolf Creek Dam as possible. It seems as if every week there was a new storm system that dumped a ton of moisture within the Wolf Creek drainage area raising lake levels resulting in a strict generation schedule. Spring is here and flows have finally started to approach some normalcy. Floating from the dam to Helms Landing I noticed several things. First the water quality looked good. It was amazing to realize just how much water had been coming downstream by looking at the water mark. I heard two bull dozers working feveriously on Hatchery Creek. it won't be long before this gem will be ready. It was

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