Anglers Get Ready For Fast Fall Trout Action
At this point anglers are enduring was is likely a final shot of slow fishing before the fall bite kicks in. With temperatures on the decline the shallow water bite is expected to kick in shortly.
“I’ve been trolling all morning and I haven’t got anything to show for it,” that was the word from Fish Sniffer Publisher Paul Kneeland on September 13. “The fishing is really slow today and I haven’t talked to anybody that been catching them.”
“All in all, the action has been variable. Some guys are reporting slow fishing while other guys describe the fishing as good,” related Cliff Spediacci of Hook & Ladder Guide Service. “I’d say that the best offering right now is either a watermelon Sep’s grub or a threaded night crawler.”
“I think we are on the verge of some really good trout fishing. It looks like fall conditions are on the way and when that happens I think the shallow water bite will really come on strong and we’ll see some good size trout. A buddy of mine picked up a 3.2 pounder this week, so there are some husky fish out there,” added Spediacci.
The staff at the Eagle Lake RV Park reported that bobber anglers are hooking up while fishing near the Eagle’s Nest. Anglers are drifting worms from 10 to 15 feet deep with the most consistent action coming about 10 feet deep.
If you are heading up to Eagle Lake with your RV this fall, be sure to call the folks at the RV Park and ask about the Fish Sniffer Special.Back To Reports