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Trout Fishing Report -

The three nymph rig is very effective and much easier to cast than most anglers assume. Simply use an elliptical cast where you pick the nymphs up from the stream with a low side arm cast. As they extend behind you on your back cast, raise your rod to a vertical position and make your forward presentation straight overhead. This simple, in low and out high casting motion simplifies fishing a three nymph rig. Recommended Flies: I use my Murray's Trout Nymphing 4X Leader with a Mr. Rapidan Brown Soft Hackle size 10 attached. To this I attach 24 inches...

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Trout Fishing Report -

The large trout are selecting the primary feeding stations in each pool. The first spot I expect to find this trout is on the lip of the pool. If he is not there he will be on the corner of the pool. If you see him rising go one-on-one with him. If you don't see rising trout go ahead and fish these two feeding stations as well as the runs on each side of the incoming riffle in the head of the pool. The Mr. Rapidan Parachute Dry size 14, the Mr. Rapidan Emerger size 14 and the Blue Quill...

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Bass Fishing Report -

Currently the North Fork of the Shenandoah River is clearing but is still too high for good wading and fishing.  The South Fork of the Shenandoah is currently discolored and way too high for good fishing. We will post updates as the conditions change Mount Jackson 4.60 ft 1060cfs Strasburg 4.30 ft 1740cfs Luray 6.33 ft 5070cfs

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Bass Fishing Report -

UPDATED 4/15/19 The North and South Fork of the Shenandoah River are both high and muddy from the rain over the last several days.  Portions of these streams should be back in shape by Thurseday April 18, 2019.

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Trout Fishing Report -

UPDATED 4/185/19 The Shenandoah Valley Stocked Trout Streams are all high and discolored this morning from the rain yesterday and last night.These streams will be back in shape late 4/16/19.Give us a call if you're planning to hit these streams and we will be glad to help you find the best water level.

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