Log Book Id:
5961
Property:
398
Member Name:
-1
Name:
George Schmidt
Email Address:
George_Schmidt@Hotmail.com
Comments:
Took a friend who did me a favor fishing on one my favorite fall properties to fish. We arrived around 8am(-3pm), 36 degrees, sunny and about 85 CFS so lower then normal. We only fished the bottom 1/4 mile, another group took the upper 1 3/4 miles above us. My friend had a good 30+ fish day that included Rainbows, Browns, Whitefish and even a Brookie or two. I mostly fished behind him and still did a good 18 fish. As usual, most were caught on Pat's Rubber Legs and a few on rainbow warriors and hairsears. Never had a bad day on this property.
Date's Fished:
2016-09-16
Date Submitted:
2016-09-17
Active:
True
Log Book Id:
5960
Property:
374
Member Name:
-1
Name:
Tommy Lorden
Email Address:
tommy@slicerealty.com
Comments:
Was glad I opted to wet wade even though it's already cooler up there...just not that much water that you are even getting into. I was surprised nymphing wasn't more successful, but if I had to do it over again, I'd probably fish deeper in the couple runs. One challenge is the constantly changing depths....so an adjustable indicator would be better than hopper dropper. Saw a couple caddis still coming off, and a decent amount of small mayflies and midges in the afternoon. I did have some good luck with a very small BWO on 6X in a couple of the very slow seams. Beautiful up there now!
Date's Fished:
2016-09-16
Date Submitted:
2016-09-17
Active:
True
Log Book Id:
5959
Property:
379
Member Name:
2313
Name:
Bill J
Email Address:
billj@wjwealth.com
Comments:
Good day on A-8 - Very cold in am but warmed up . Water fairly low and fish spooky. No real risers all day. Don't count fish but guess 15-18 total. Several on dropper under hopper. Green CJ and small midge. 10-15 inch most bow but couple of browns to 12"- Larger fish on lower section 7-8 bows 16-20" on egg sucking leach. nice hard fighting bows. Also one Pike at 24'- Missed a few larger bows and saw a ton of fish. As always on A8 stay as far away from bank as possible.
Date's Fished:
2016-09-11
Date Submitted:
2016-09-13
Active:
True
Log Book Id:
5958
Property:
372
Member Name:
-1
Name:
R. Mathieu
Email Address:
rodneymth@comcast.net
Comments:
I didn't get to this property until 10:30 AM, and only had 4hrs of fishing. The holes in this creek are awesome, and I am sure hold some big Browns. Dead drifting streamers did not work, and nothing worked for an hour. I was getting worried. I re-rigged with a nymph rig, and weight for the deeper holes. A Psycho Prince for some reason did the trick, drifted through the undercut banks was successful. Lots of snags, but worth it. Caught so many fish I lost count, but at least 20+. The largest was maybe 16 inches, but I know there are some hogs on this property. When I go Elk hunting in this area this year I will be back. I'm almost sure I can catch a 5 pound Brown in this stream.
Date's Fished:
2016-09-10
Date Submitted:
2016-09-11
Active:
True
Log Book Id:
5957
Property:
352
Member Name:
-1
Name:
Rod M.
Email Address:
rodneymth@comcast.net
Comments:
Didn't really have the time I would have liked to have on this section. However, in 4hrs I caught 8 fish. Nothing over 16 inches. Dead drifting streamers through the holes is what worked for me. Green or Black wooly did the trick that day. I will return to that section. I am sure there are hogs in that creek/river.
Date's Fished:
2016-09-07
Date Submitted:
2016-09-11
Active:
True
Log Book Id:
5952
Property:
375
Member Name:
2313
Name:
Bill J
Email Address:
billj@wjwealth.com
Comments:
Slow day on A-4 - no risers all day and did not really see a fish in AM. Was worried would report a skunk but a nice 17" brown and one 12" saved my day. fished with hopper and numerous droppers- small WB ( which brought the fish) several hits on top with small tan hopper. This is a beautiful stream particularly with all the improvements. The setting is really second to none. Could not scare a fish in the new pools and runs. Given some time the fish will move into those areas. I wonder how long it takes for the fish who have been displaced to move back. Having fished A4 many times I know there are lots of nice browns. Enjoyed the day even with meager results. This is a really nice piece of water which will only get better.
Date's Fished:
2016-08-31
Date Submitted:
2016-09-03
Active:
True
Log Book Id:
5953
Property:
378
Member Name:
1342
Name:
Jeff Downing
Email Address:
andiwich_ranch@comcast.net
Comments:
Very productive day on one of my favorite RMAC properties. My brother and I fished from about noon until a little after sundown (wanted to let the Labor Day traffic clear out). A little windy but not bad for South Park. Pretty much everything we threw worked, some just better than others. Started with a Dave's Hopper that was very productive, and was big enough so the little fingerlings usually missed. Switched to a foam hopper for a while after I lost the Dave's, and that was OK. After a while tried a #16 caddis and caught quite a few -- including some puny ones. Tried a leech and a pheasant tail, both of which worked. At about 4, switched to a PMX, and the next hour was great. Caught plenty in the 8-10 inch ranch, but also quite a few 10-12", a couple of 13", a couple 15" & a 16". And, a ton of 3-4 inchers. Action really did slow down after about 5, but I got an aggressive take (which I missed, dang it) from a giant with a mouse pattern during that time. All fish were browns; water was pretty low.
Date's Fished:
2016-09-05
Date Submitted:
2016-09-06
Active:
True
Log Book Id:
5948
Property:
393
Member Name:
-1
Name:
Mike Narkewicz
Email Address:
Mikenark007@comcast.net
Comments:
Fished Ranch creek with a guest. Guest brought 5 or 6 to net, I brought about 20. Caddis and PMD on dries. Great hatch of white midges and PMDS at about 11 AM. Fished from lower parking area up stream. Lots of nice water. Ended the day with streamers on the larger pond before a big lightening storm ended the day. All in all great day.
Date's Fished:
1970-01-01
Date Submitted:
2016-08-28
Active:
True
Log Book Id:
5947
Property:
357
Member Name:
2313
Name:
Bill J
Email Address:
billj@wjwealth.com
Comments:
Nice morning and tough afternoon with rain, sleet and wind at 2pm. fished from 8:30 to 2. 5-6 really nice fat bows 16-17" - many smaller browns to 12". flows low even after rain. All beaver dams blown out I guess from runoff. This is a very enjoyable stream with great views and a variety of water Larger fish on tan hopper on top and green copper john underneath. equal on both. Almost all colors of CJ brought browns-- Editors note: Other members talk of new beaver dams on the lower end of the property. Thanks for the nice report. :)
Date's Fished:
2016-08-25
Date Submitted:
2016-08-26
Active:
True
Log Book Id:
5946
Property:
5713
Member Name:
-1
Name:
Brad Rettig
Email Address:
brad.rettig@gmail.com
Comments:
Tough day at A-20. We arrived about 9:00 am after a cool evening with a good amount of rain. We fished towards the upstream boundary hitting all the holes along the way. We threw everything we had at them, not much not. The clarity was really chalky, we spoke with a guide who floated through and he mentioned a creek was dumping a lot of rainwater in upstream. We missed a couple each and landed a few. The only color that worked was bright green, we threw green caddis and green RS2s. One of the group members threw a streamer to rising fish and got one. Towards the end of the day the clouds rolled in and there was a hail storm that unleashed on us. This stretch is so fishy, it's just too bad it wasn't our day.
Date's Fished:
2016-08-26
Date Submitted:
2016-08-26
Active:
True