Fishing reports have been pretty constant the last few weeks. Our larger NJ river have been fishing much better due to water levels. Now's the time to really start looking at smaller patterns. Most mayfly nymphs this time of year range from 18-24's. Midges and "junk" patterns play a big part of late fall/winter fishing. Stoneflies, some caddis patterns, cranefly larva and even damsel nymphs are good choices for larger offerings this time of year. Salmon river has been fishing very well still. If you have all been hesitant to make the trip because of the last few years, don't be! Customers and reports have been very encouraging. Our guest speakers and tying events have started for the year. Check under the "Guest Speakers " tab and sign up for a class you'd be interested in. Below are some recent fish caught and some of the patterns used to catch them.
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