General Fishing Report
October 10, 2010
A quick update regarding the fishing and a recent Podcast
I was lucky enough to be a part of
This is just a short report to let everyone know that I took part in a Pod Cast with Rick Coffman, and it was quite an informative session about fly fishing locations. Check out this link for the entire discussion, and please let me know what you think. It was quite the honor to be a part of this entire process, and it shows me that I am making positive headway in the fly fishing industry. I love sharing what I know with other anglers, and it works both ways because I equally relish the knowledge I gain from talking with fly fishermen more experienced than myself.
There is no room for egos in this sport because the bottom line is that learning how to have as much fun as possible on the water is the most important aspect of this pastime.
Fishing continues to be excellent and the best of fall may be yet to come. I’ve been taking my clients everywhere – Taneycomo, the White, the Norfork Tailwater and Dry Run Creek. It is amazing how many nice fish there are on every fishery. The browns have just started stacking below Table Rock Dam, so the next month on Taneycomo is going to be one for the ages. After three tough fall fishing seasons, it’s quite a blessing to see that patience pays off, as this October and November are going to be months that will be remembered for quite some time.
My guiding schedule continues to book up, so if you are at all interested in the chance of hooking into a massive trout, never hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have. I’m always here to help and my primary objectives with respect to guided trips is to have fun while educating my clients so that they can develop their own personal passion for catching fish on a fly rod.
I hope everyone is enjoying the cooler weather of autumn, and look for more detailed reports in the near future. The way things are looking, we may experience incredible fishing all the way through fall and into winter. There is really never a bad time to fly fish for trout in the Ozarks, but fishing is fishing, so it never hurts to be at the right place at the right time.
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