Nice set of double rainbows for Justin from the lone star state of Texas. To bad we missed that once in lifetime brown trout. Fishing is good if you know where to look.  Seems like these fish have been on the move lately. One day they’re there, next day they’re not. This is the time of year when hatches are waning down, caddis, pmds, sallys, etc. Crayfish are on the top of the food list followed by stones. If you get out early and know where to find them you’ll run across huge golden stones that hatch in the early morning hours. Midnight stones, no one really talks about them here on the Truckee River, but they’re there, trust me.

4 Responses to “Deuces”

  1. blogadmin

    Yes Jason, thanks for asking.I think maybe the last week of October, or maybe the first couple weeks of November.

  2. Jason Vallner

    Any plans in the works to do a fall group tactics session similar to what you did late spring? If so, any tentative dates in mind?


  3. Justin

    Thanks Matt for the great morning. The Brown was epic! I’m always happy to go swimming with a trout on the line.
    Thanks for showing me around and enjoy the rest of your summer.

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