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Jimmy's All Seasons Angler / Still Water (Page 32)

Still Water 8/22

Daniels and Twenty-four mile reservoirs are holding up well with respect to fishing success. Try speckled duns on the surface for any gulpers. Try green apple leeches and halloweens on intermediate lines to get into fish at depths. Trail these with a speckled dun emerger, such as a bead head hares ear. An algae bloom has made Chesterfield look like pea soup, and fishing there has slacked a bit. Springfield has good days and bad days.

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Still Water 8/18

With surface waters warming, dry fly action has slowed a bit. Go to medium depths where cooler water is more hospitable for trout. An intermediate or slow sinking line will help you get there. Use small leech and nymph patterns.

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Still Water 8/11

Surface action is slowing on some waters where damselfly adults are diminishing. Speckled duns are holding up, but waters are warming which adds to slower surface action. An exception is to fish hoppers around grassy banks such as along the highway on Springfield Reservoir. So nymphing at intermediate depths will soon be the way to find fish. Midging will always work on all our stillwaters. In particular Island Park Resevoir is down to about 75% of capacity. This means fishing will be best around such as Trude Springs. Blood worm patterns usually produce well there

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