Monday, November 15, 2010
Wenatchee steelhead fishing has been good, they are throughout the system now. Black, blue, pink, purple, red, orange, flies, jigs, they all have been working. Switching your stuff up isn't bad as long as it isn't so often that you're never in the water long enough to catch anything! The key ingredients as always are location and presentation. If you're drifing a jig or a fly off an indicator getting down near the bottom of the river is key. As water temps begin to drop the fish aren't going to work as hard to get to your fly, you've got to bring it to them. Get out there, put some experience under your wading belt, study the water, and get yours!