Flows Back Up at the Millers River

With water levels back up from the recent rain, I fished the Millers for about four hours. Particular runs were again in “full bloom,” and there were many bugs everywhere. The water was a refreshing 62 °F. With the water up again, I didn’t have to be so stealthy in approaching the fish.

Went 11-for-14. Landed one baby smallmouth, and five rainbows and five browns. They were feasting on small bugs.

The Euro Golden Stone elicited no takes this time, which surprised me, as it has been red-hot. Instead, it was a #18 WD-40 and a #14 Frenchie that duped the fish.

Left at about 10.30 am. A good time.


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