Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Winter Update...Spring around the corner?


Thus far this winter season has been near normal, with typical snowy periods and week long high pressures, at the moment a nice light, dry snow is falling and the valley is expecting 12-16" over the next 48 hrs, this should stear my thoughts away from fishing for another week or so. Our snowpack is holding around 90% and unless the spring turns high and dry we should see another healthy runoff that equals yet another fine angling season this summer.
I have yet to wet a hook this year....soon, however... but I do hear of some fellow die hards pulling good macs from the ice and a couple reports of fat 20" bows over on the HF.
The above image is Mike Patron on the Snake River in JH, below Moose, Wyoming.