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This fish was caught and released on March 22th, 2013. Temperature was 55 degrees.
White, Black and Chartreuse Streamers, Wiggle Minnow, Black and Blue poppers.
The blooming of the bradford pear trees marks the Smallmouth Bass spawn and the beginning of the season. Right now, the fish are making every effort to fatten up for the spawn. While the water levels and clarity are ideal, the temperatures are currently a little cold. Until this roller coaster of a seasonal transition flattens out, the fishing will be amazing during warm spells and slow during cold spells. Now is a good time to dust of your gear and see what needs replacing. Feel free to give us a call or come see us at one of the CWO shops if you need help or advice.
One of the best times of the year to catch big smallmouth is here. Don’t miss out on the fun.
Let the professional fly fishing guides from Curtis Wright Outfitters take you there!
Rod: Fast Action comparable to Scott “S” Series rods 9’ 6-8wt.
Vest: A vest with a work station and plenty of room for big flies. Fishpond Waterdance or comparable.
Planning a fly fishing trip for trout or Smallmouth bass? Let the professional fly fishing guides from Curtis Wright Outfitters take you there!
The upcoming weekend forecast is predicting lows in the upper 30′s and highs around 65. In the coming weeks the fishing will be great during warm spells and slow during cold spells.