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Spring, what’s the Rush?

June 9, 2018

April 8, 2018

I’m a little behind in my posts.  Hard to believe that the temperature was in the mid-20’s and the ice clogging up my guides just 60 days ago when  I gave the trout a shot on the Rush River.

My only other trout fishing adventure resulted in me getting skunked, but right away I saw fish scattering in the shallows when I first entered the stream, so that got my mind working in a positive and optimistic manner.

No risers or insect activity, but it didn’t take long for the first trout of the year to fall for a midge and there were many more to follow.  Caught lots of fish ranging from about 7″ to maybe 12″-13″.  Good to be on the water again.

-Hats

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