We are back and happy to announce that our new website is up and running. It’s still a work in progress but, it’s coming along nicely and we can get back to posting weekly fishing reports and updates.
Spring has sprung and the fish are loving it. It’s post-suspension, pre-spawn time for the smallies which means the big fish are very hungry and aggressive. This time of year has a very small window, hopefully for the next couple weeks before they reed up. The past couple springs we have had high water during this phenomenal time of year. Water levels are perfect right now. If throwing big streamers to big smallmouth sounds like fun? You should have a great time on the Shenandoah, James and Rivanna river. If you don’t have a way to float them and would like a guide trip, let us know?
The caddis flies sure know it’s spring and so do the trout. Most trout waters are fishing great and the weather couldn’t be nicer. If you have been waiting for the brookies to get active on your favorite stream, the wait is over. Caddis dries, nymphs, copper johns and prince nymphs should keep your net wet. The larger waters, Jackson, Bull pasture, Cow pasture and Maury river, just to name a few are fishing great as well. For flies, take your pick. Streamers, nymphs and dries should all produce well.