Guided Fly and Spey Fishing Trips for Steelhead and Brown Trout with
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|Posted on May 3, 2022 at 2:10 PM|
Gonna be a little while before we see these guys again
Well it's getting to be about that time. One more steelhead season in the books. Looking ahead at the weather, we still have some rainy and cool temps for the next week or two. So if you're really itching to find one last fish, I'm sure at least a few will still be around. But the numbers of fresh fish running is dropping and more and more the fish we are finding are down river fish. All in all, it was a great season and the last couple of weeks were epic. Saw a good number of fish over 30" as well with our biggest being a perfect bright fish that I caught that was somewhere in the low-mid teens. She smashed the fly and jumped half a dozen times in a row. It was everything you could ever want in a fish, and I was grateful for my opportunity to connect. I didn't get a picture of her, but that's a story for another day.
On a separate note, starting to see some really quality smallmouth. Like always this time of year, they really make their presence known and should be around until mid-late June. If you're looking for a lot of action on the spey rod without the nasty weather that usually coincides with steelhead fishing, a smallie trip should be in your differential. And as always, PA trout will get us out and about over the next couple months. But for now it's time to say goodbye to steelhead.