Got out for a couple of hours before a nasty cold front pushed through.
I managed to bring fifteen to hand today. Most of them were smaller until just before the storms kicked up but the bigger fish seemed to get active right as the winds really started moving and the temperature dropped. I had about ten minutes before trees started falling and the clouds started spinning
Once a tree was blown over on the far bank, I hightailed it to the truck as fast I could.
The patterns were definitely different than the past week or so has been. The fish were much more isolated and only one or two were caught in the same spot.
They also seemed to prefer a slower retrieve with a longer pause which is when most strikes happened.
I'll be out again in the morning to see what post frontal patterns are. The river is sure to rise a bit, which it desperately needs to do, and I'm sure clarity will be much less.
Should be fun!!