From there I went back to the lakes and saw one fish working a steep shoreline. I just couldn't a get a good angle on her, so I kept moving around looking at small flats adjecent to deep water breaks. I could see some deep mudders out in probobly 8ft of water out of casting range, so I kept checking back for a shallow fish. They will move onto the small flats for short windows right now and it takes a little luck to be in the right place at the right time. I ended up with another hammer knocker fish that was trailing a bigger fish. I think the lead pig sensed me and slowly drifted off into green water and left him coming at me. I put the fly on him and we were off to the races. I love seeing those clear water fish eat and go through the head shkes before bolting off the flat. It's so killer and NEVER gets old.
|Geese were coming in off a near by field in bug numbers. |
I just noticed what looks like a pair of Lessers in the mix.
It does not help the fishing with this many crashing in
like float planes.