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Fish Tech Fishing Report for 10/06/2012



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WEBER RIVER

BIOLOGIST PAUL THOMPSON REPORTS THE WEBER RIVER CONTINUES TO FISH VERY WELL WITH STANDARD NYMPHS, HARE'S EARS, PRINCE NYMPHS, PHEASANT TAILS, SCUDS/SOW BUGS AND MIDGES. FEEL ADVENTUROUS? TRY STREAMERS AFTER DARK WHEN SOME OF THE LARGER BROWNS ARE MORE ACTIVE. SPINNERS & CRANKBAITS HAVE ALSO BEEN WORKING WELL.

LAKE POWELL

FISHING IS GOOD, BUT A CHANGE IN TEMPERATURE HAS THE FISH FEEDING AT DIFFERENT TIMES, THE BEST FISHING IS STILL BETTER EARLY OR LATE. FISH REMAIN ACTIVE IN CASTLE ROCK CUT, WARM CREEK HAYSTACKS, NAVAJO CANYON, LAST CHANCE, ROCK CREEK, SAN JUAN (NESKAHI), BULLFROG AND HALLS AND GOOD HOPE BAY AT BLUE NOTCH. SPOONS AND TOP WATER LURES WORK BEST.

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