Plants at RFC

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Al, Feb 15, 2002.

  1. Al

    Al New Member

    Dec 31, 1969
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    Ellensburg, Wa, Kittitas.
    Had another good day at Rocky Ford Creek and so did a lot of other people. The parking lot was a parking lot!

    The entire upper protion, down to the second bridge, is full of new plants, so it is seldom that you hook into one of the big fish. They are there, but the smaller ones are eager.

    Got over 20, but most were about 14" and very active. They seem to like large marabeau leeches, either black or dark brown and long. I saw a lot of fish caught., so my numbers weren't exceptional.

    The water is a little down so you can't sink your nymph very much. There was some surface activity, but with a light wind and bright sun all day it really helped nymph fishing.


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