Nearing the End
It's been awhile since i've had an entry. I would really like to thank all the people that came fishing with me this year. You make it possible to do what I love and make a living! I hope for many more years fishing and sharing amazing experiences on the river with you guys and gals.
Fishing wise, I spent late february and march working on the eel river system when rainfall and riverflow has allowed. If conditions dictated that we go to the smith, I cancelled due to a lack of fish. Fishing was decent down south for the most part, with most action being provided by downrunner steelhead.
While most of our rivers closed at the end of March, I will continue to fish a couple of places that legally remain open. Fishing can be incredible during this time of year and completely uncrowded. My calender for the most part is flexible for this time frame, so a last minute trip would be easy to arrange, just throw me a line if you're interested!
Pictured above is Eureka resident Carl Casale with a nice steelhead we caught on Monday, 3/30/09.