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this years trout fishing

Posted 06-02-13 at 07:35 PM by austinv
this year has been a wet cool spring wich has made for great fishing. the water levels are high and food is everywhere. Along with these high water levels means that the water stays cool and I know I'm just telling you stuff you already know but this great weather this year will transfer into next year. I'm sure most have noticed the larger size in the stocked trout wich most may not know is to me means we are spending more money on outdoor activities. many don't know the way our stock program work a group of trout at the hatchery has a set amount of resources (food manly) once that group has used up its resources it is stocked in the streams to put it simple. now this either means we have gave more money then in past years or the weather we've had has let them grow to a larger size. either way it's putting us in great shape to catch bigger fish next year. but back to present fishing times. as the heat of summer is upon us some start slipping way from our streams but there are a few ways to "beat the heat". we can either go higher into the mountains were the water stays cooler but this means in a lot of cases means a little leg work over some snake country and smaller native trout wich I love but may not be everyone's cup of tea. you can also can fish on your deep release tail water rivers such as the toccoa river where the deep water keeps the river nice and cold and you stand a chance of keeping on catching big fish if that's what your after. with that said you can keep fishing your favorite stream but your gonna have to start at the top with some terrestrial flies then eventually going deep with some bigger wooly buggers or streamers and you still may not catch as many fish as you did in the spring but can still catch fish all that being said good luck and good fishing
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