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8/9/19 @ 8:59 PM
ayeFeesh
User since 5/17/11

Question: Does anyone use kayaks to access trout streams? I have a couple honey holes that are 2 miles as the crow flies from the nearest access, would sure love to put in with a kayak and float to it.

If you do, any tips or suggestions? Things you've learned in the process?

8/9/19 @ 8:42 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (71%)
Waxing Gibbous
CONDITIONS
Sunny
AIR TEMP
76° - 80° F
C-Junkie22
C-Junkie22
User since 11/16/10

Fished the past two days.  One great brook trout outing, nothing over 12. Quit counting at around 15 fish.  Came around the corner and had a very nice buck standing in the creek and decided to call it a day.  Fished a new stretch this afternoon looking for browns.  Lost the two biggest fish I have seen in a while (22-24) and another that was at least 18.  Frustrating.  Perfect weather though.  Might try again on Sunday if the pregnant woman is up for some walking.

8/8/19 @ 10:22 PM
gottagettagill
gottagettagill
User since 2/24/08

Looking for a good place to start out. I’ve gotten confident enough in my fly rod and I’d like to target browns or Brookies. Where’s a good place to try that’s not too challenging? Looking for any info or advice thanks.

8/8/19 @ 11:10 AM
muskyhans1
User since 2/23/17

I went fishing on the cranberry river last week. I caught 2 browns and a bunch of young rainbow trout on small spinners.

8/3/19 @ 1:17 PM
Crappieslayerz
Crappieslayerz
User since 11/14/14

Gonna try some crankbaits on this trip. i usually toss a #6 Panther Martin. Tend to find any heavier i snag up more often. I tried Mill Creek in Richland County a lil while back in the C&R section and lost a real nice brown. Thanks for the tips guys!

8/3/19 @ 11:22 AM
Crappie__Slayer
User since 1/15/16

In my experience, I catch bigger fish with Rapalas (countdowns work well for deep holes), but I have caught far less trout than with spinners, but that just applies to spinning tackle.

8/3/19 @ 2:21 AM
go2fish
User since 9/19/10

Big trout, "big" lures (sometimes?). They don't always eat bugs, they like mouth-sized bites/meals, too.

8/3/19 @ 2:12 AM
go2fish
User since 9/19/10

Crappie - Blue R., Castle Rock, lower stretches of Kittleson and Gordon Creeks are some. Catch and release sections hold plenty of fish and hogs. Similar streams are similar.  Hiking a bit often pays off, and the sights and wildlife are awesome. Good times to you.

8/2/19 @ 11:22 AM
Crappieslayerz
Crappieslayerz
User since 11/14/14

A guy has off this next week Monday/Tuesday. Was thinking of doing some trophy hunting. What streams would you guys consider better for large trout. Ive been really trying to break the 20" mark. First year hardcore trout fishing and i dont know how i never did it before. Feel free to PM me. I dont really expect people to give up there good streams but even just general idea. As i aint got a problem exploring. Thanks in advance guys and ill post how i do for sure.

7/27/19 @ 3:26 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (24%)
Waning Crescent
Crappie__Slayer
User since 1/15/16

I went trout fishing and caught some browns! It was super cool to see them in such a small creek! I would appreciate any feedback and if you enjoyed the video, feel free to subscribe on Youtube!


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