Friday, September 22, 2017

Fishing Reports- 9/22/17


* Please remember to call us for more up-to-date or detailed information! These reports are not meant to be your one and only, daily source of information. They are typically general, even seasonal type reports and we currently don't have a set schedule as to when we update. Please, just because we don't update as often as we like, it doesn't mean that we don't care.

There are many different approaches you should take in order to get a good game plan for a trip or a day of fishing. Also remember that things change and these reports are what we know at the time of posting only. Keep in mind that we do express opinions and personal preferences from time-to-time which may be different from yours or what you may read elsewhere. Thanks for checking and don't forget to call us if you need any further information or a more up-to-date report. 614-451-0363

Thanks as always for reading our reports friends. As the weather gets more conducive we should be reporting more regularly....but we need your HELP!

Send any and all reports to admin@madriveroutfitters and we'll do our best to get them up.



Busy September for MRO!

San Juan, "Naktoberfest" and New Orleans

* Shop manager Andy Jensen just returned from hosting the San Juan River trip and he can't stop talking about it! We have been hosting trips at the Soaring Eagle Lodge for about 8 years now and can't say enough about the place. We should be posting the dates for 2018 within a week or so and the host next year will be Brian Flechsig himself. In the meantime, check out the updated photo album HERE.


MRO shop manager Andy Jensen- 2017 host of the Soaring Eagle Lodge Trip


* Today the "Naktoberfest" Alaska group left the lower 48 and should all be arriving into Anchorage shortly. Tomorrow they will take the flight from Anchorage to King Salmon and be whisked off to the Katmai Trophy Lodge on the banks of the Naknek River. There they will be met by MRO Trip Host Jeff Liskay and will spend the week swinging up Trophy Rainbow Trout! Dates are already in place for the Alaska Trips 2018 and you can find those and the details HERE.


"Speymaster" Jeff Liskay is hosting our Alaska "Naktoberfest" Trip


* And last but certainly not least, Brian Flechsig is heading up our annual New Orleans trip to the Woodland Plantation. He and a group of 9 lucky anglers will spend the week chasing GIANT Bull Reds, eating cajun home cooking and enjoying some cocktails. Truly one of our favorite trips! He should have good internet access so stay tuned to Social Media for videos and pictures throughout the week.


He's fished "few places" in his career and swears this is the BEST!


Warmwater


Smallmouth fishing has been good despite the low water.  A successful smallmouth fishing trip requires some homework understanding water temps and river features.  Streamer fishing will produce the most fish, but poppers are still producing.  The new Double Barrel poppers have been a big hit and going fast.  

Looking at the forecast things are going to continue to be fantastic.  Temperatures are remaining warm keeping fish in shallower water.  The local streams have been producing thick Caddis hatches and the small panfish and minnows have been raising to them.  Fishing a Fat Head Moth or Elk Hair caddis can be a fun change and add a few new species to your catch list.  

Tactics include fishing smaller patterns like more trout sized streamers, smaller poppers, and crawfish patterns.  Your boxes should include Black Nose Dace, Natural colored Wooly Buggers, Dirty Hippies, Dave Whitlock's Near Nuff patterns, Pencil Poppers, Double Barrel Poppers, Hoppers, Fat Head Moths, Lt Cahills, and large Stimulators.  

Largemouth/Lake fishing has been stable.  The local lakes are still rather warm so look for the fish to be in summer patterns or following schools of baitfish.  Sinking lines and slow jigging style flies will produce.  Stock up on Super Worms, Half and Halfs, Bottoms Up, J-Pigs, and Reapers.  Poppers at low light can also be a great choice.  Now that the boat traffic has slowed fishing the main lakes has been much easier. 




Mad River



The river is very low and with the forecast things are not going to change for a while.  That doesn't mean that you can't catch fish, but it does present challenges.

Fish midges and small caddis for the most productive dry fly action....although with the weather we are experiencing an extension of our terrestrial season. With the temps next week do not overlook your ant and beetle box also.  We have also been seeing good numbers of the Pseudocloen mayflies and there have been some fish feeding on them. A #20-22 BWO or Sulpher pattern works fine for these but make sure you are fishing a long leader and 6X or 7X tippet.

You will need to pull out all of your Spring Creek and stealth tactics....but it can be done. Long leaders, light tippets, drab clothing....all important right now.  If you are new to fly fishing or your casting needs improvement then make sure you get a lesson in before heading to the river.  Stealthy approaches with little line on the water are the keys to success.  

These conditions are also a great time to hone your Tenkara skills.  There are plenty of fish to be caught if you follow these recommendations.  As always if you need any help with this we will set your straight.

Streamer anglers will want to scale things back and revisit some classics like Gray Ghosts, Muddler Minnows and smaller Wooly Buggers. The Galloup style articulated stuff will probably have to wait until the leaves come down and we get some water.

Nymph fishing is of course your best bet and we have been doing extremely well on Green Caddis Larva, Green or Red Copper Johns as well as small Prince Nymphs. Also a good time to fish the Cranefly Larva as there have been a bunch of the adults around.



Clearfork River


Clearfork Map

The Creek is VERY low.  If you are heading that direction and just to fish trout,  then very early mornings will be the most productive.  As with the Mad you will need to "be on your best behavior" and fish as stealthy as possible.

At well under 15cfs and the predicted temps it might be more ethical to head below Pleasant Hill and fish for Smallmouth Bass and Panfish. 

Let's hope for some rain and cooler temps so that we can get back to business on the CF.



Clear Creek

Clear Creek Map


Despite the great water temps the creek is very low and extremely challenging.  Most of the trout have been very weary requiring little to no fly line on the water.  If you happen to be down in the Hocking Hills taking in some early Fall colors and want to fish make sure to have your Tenkara rods or Redington Hydrogen 10' 3wt.  

Soft Hackles, midges, ants, and beetles will cover your dry fly fishing with small Pheasant Tails and Hares Ears for nymphing. Streamers are pretty much out of the question until we get some water.



Erie Steelhead

Gauge Links and Maps


Steelhead Season is right around the corner in the Great Lakes Region!


We are still a ways out from good fishing.  With the forecast also things are not going to progress in the coming week.  If you are up that way focus on the Jettys and Beaches at the creek mouths.  This is a game of sinking lines/shooting heads, stripping baskets and shiner patterns.  Hit these areas at first light.  This is not a high percentage game, but is great to hook a fish stripping at streamer when it has the whole lake to fight in!  Once the sun comes up over the tree line your better off sight fishing for Sheephead or targeting Smallmouth on the lake shore or in the lower rivers. 


Interested in a guide trip this coming Fall Season?

Our guides can provide most equipment and are available most any time.

Click HERE for information and pricing on an Erie Steelhead Trip.




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Saturday, September 2, 2017

Fishing Reports- 9/2/17


* Please remember to call us for more up-to-date or detailed information! These reports are not meant to be your one and only, daily source of information. They are typically general, even seasonal type reports and we currently don't have a set schedule as to when we update. Please, just because we don't update as often as we like, it doesn't mean that we don't care.

There are many different approaches you should take in order to get a good game plan for a trip or a day of fishing. Also remember that things change and these reports are what we know at the time of posting only. Keep in mind that we do express opinions and personal preferences from time-to-time which may be different from yours or what you may read elsewhere. Thanks for checking and don't forget to call us if you need any further information or a more up-to-date report. 614-451-0363

Thanks as always for reading our reports friends. As the weather gets more conducive we should be reporting more regularly....but we need your HELP!

Send any and all reports to admin@madriveroutfitters and we'll do our best to get them up.



Harvey remnants have brought up the flows or blown out a few of the local streams.  Despite a minor wrench in a few of our plans for this weekend we are quickly reminded of what many people are going through down south...Our thoughts and prayers are with our many friends, customers and fellow Americans down in Texas.


* Also a friendly reminder that we will be closed on Monday to celebrate Labor Day with friends and family. Back in the shop on Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. Have a great Holiday!





Warmwater

Most of the local streams are showing a slight bump in flows while some are actually blown out.  Make sure to call the shop or check the flow charts before heading down to the river.  The Olentangy and Scioto are totally controlled by the Army Core of Engineers.  Look for a possible bump in flows once the natural runoff tapers off.  With how dry the past month has been any bump in flow should not last very long.  Most of the Smallie waters should be back fishable by Sunday or Monday.  Into next week keep an eye on the predicted storms into Tues.  Once the weather stabilizes look for the fishing to be fantastic.  We like to start pulling out the bigger streamers and loading up the 7-8wts as Summer slips away.  Especially on the bigger water we are always looking for those Hybrid Stripers to start pushing up out of the lakes chasing shad.  The smaller creeks will still allow those that only have lighter 4-5wts.  On the light rods focus on smaller poppers and more trout sized streamers.  

Carp fishing has continued to be great and once the flows settle this will continue.  Have a diverse fly box and plenty Flouro tippet.  This game requires delicate casts and presentation to feeding fish.  If you are new to this game make sure to stop by or give us a call.  Andy has been excited about the boat traffic slowing down on the lakes allowing for easier poling of his carp rig the "Flying Carp."

Pike and Smallmouth fishing continues to be great and the guys have been putting clients on fish consistently!  With the weather change our calendars have been filling fast so make sure to give us a call with your prospective dates.  



Rodney Zoyhofski was out with Pat yesterday.....again! He can't get enough of Ohio Pike on the Fly!


New! The Award Winning Surface Seaducer Double Barrel Poppers are now in stock!

Click Here to check them out along with all of the other great products from Flymen Fishing Company




Mad River



The Mad continues to fish great over the past week and looking at the forecast....it should remain good to even better  The rain did little to raise the flows, but any amount of stain is always welcome.  

Looking at the weather this weekend we will be focusing on the evenings skating Fat Head Moths and other caddis patterns.  The White Miller Caddis have been active and is always an exciting hatch to fish.  A great rig is the Fat Head Moth with a #14 Green Soft Hackle behind it...and don't be afraid to swing/skate it. Can bring some explosive strikes.

We have not heard any reports or witnessed first hand on how the Tricos are doing over the past week so let us know if you are still seeing any. Chances are that they will begin to slow up with this cooler weather. The White Mayflies (Ephrons) have still been pretty good in the evenings but these may begin to slow up here as we get into September as well.

 If you can only make it out in the mornings make sure to have plenty of caddis nymphs and soft hackles as these are the most productive right now.  Also always have your small trout streamer box handy.  Fishing small streamers are a great way to cover water and hunt for fish.  

We have guides out scouting and with clients so we will keep you updated on what is happening if things change.  


Our good friend and customer Jacob Arima sent us this photo this week of a decent Brown caught on the Mad. He's been taking a bunch of classes from us this year and really growing as an angler. He wouldn't tell us what he caught this fish on so he's learning well!!



Clearfork River


Clearfork Map


The creek is currently very low and clear.  The rain did not amount to much of anything up that way, but there is another push of water in the forecast.  This weekend looks great up there, but your best bet will be focusing on a mixed bag below the Pleasant Hill Dam.  The trout fishing in the upper river will only improve once we get some consistent rain totals to bring the flows up.  There are fish to be caught up there, but you will need to pull out Matt Supinski's book Selectivity to make it happen.  

Tactics for fishing below the dam will be poppers (we have a big load of the new Flymen Double Barrel poppers now in the shop and online store)and small streamers like "Buggers, Autumn Splinder, Clousers, Big Eyed Buggers, Glass Buggers, and Meat Whistles. 

These flies will keep you busy with Bass, Rockbass, Panfish and even Perch.   



Clear Creek

Clear Creek Map


The shot of rain has brought the stream up slightly...it is still only around 30cfs!  The falling temps and additional rain in the forecast should be a good "shot in the arm" for this little creek.  We will keep you updated with changes as the week goes on.  Although the water temps this summer have been great, the trout fishing has been slow.  With the low flows we have had to use every technical tactic in the book to have a good day.  Covering lots of water, perfect drifts and little to no water disturbance has been the game.  

Most people have been playing the Smallmouth game with good success.  (Or just heading over to the Mad to stay in the trout game)

Afternoon and Evenings are the key time right now.. Skate TINY caddis with a soft hackle dropper to cover water.  Nymphing is always a good choice.  A Guide's Choice Hares Ear followed by a caddis nymph or Prince will get you going.  Also do not over look small streamers like Black Nose Dace, Muddlers, 'Buggers and the like.  



Erie Steelhead

Gauge Links and Maps


Steelhead Season is right around the corner in the Great Lakes Region!


We are going to start Updating this category little by little as we move further into the fall. 

September marks the beginning of the Steelhead season in the Alley.  Although the streams are low and clear for the most part this month we do start to see a few fish showing up on the beaches and making their way into the tributaries.  PA will see the first fish and we will see a few of those fish showing up later in the month.  Don't get too excited as we are at least a month out (if the weather cooperates) from our fisheries being worth a trip, but there are a few things to keep in mind.  Right now is a great time to start dusting off those steelhead fly boxes, 10' nymphing rods, and signing up for those refresher two-handed casting classes.  We have some exciting news coming in the near future focusing on new fly lines, flies, and rods.  As usually we will keep you posted.  Guiding dates are starting to fill even this far out!  


Interested in a guide trip this coming Fall Season?

Our guides can provide most equipment and are available most any time.

Click HERE for information and pricing on an Erie Steelhead Trip.


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Columbus, Ohio 43214

614-451-0363

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Fishing Reports- 8/26/17


* Please remember to call us for more up-to-date or detailed information! These reports are not meant to be your one and only, daily source of information. They are typically general, even seasonal type reports and we currently don't have a set schedule as to when we update. Please, just because we don't update as often as we like, it doesn't mean that we don't care.

There are many different approaches you should take in order to get a good game plan for a trip or a day of fishing. Also remember that things change and these reports are what we know at the time of posting only. Keep in mind that we do express opinions and personal preferences from time-to-time which may be different from yours or what you may read elsewhere. Thanks for checking and don't forget to call us if you need any further information or a more up-to-date report. 614-451-0363

Thanks as always for reading our reports friends. As the weather gets more conducive we should be reporting more regularly....but we need your HELP!

Send any and all reports to admin@madriveroutfitters and we'll do our best to get them up.



Know anyone that is looking to get started in Fly Fishing?


Wednesday, August 30th- 7-9 p.m.





Warmwater

Wow!  The past few weeks have been fantastic!  The Smallmouth Bass fishing throughout the state has been off the charts.  Although most of the streams are currently clear and low they are still higher than normal for this time of the year.  This has helped us continue to do float trips.  Floating is by far the best way to fish for bass as you can cover plenty of water.  With these cooler nights the bass are starting to move out of Summer patterns and put on the feed.  We look forward to fall all year as it is when we catch a lot of large bass.  Also the Hybrid Stripers start to push up stream and feed heavy on baitfish.  Pull out the 7-8wts, sink tips and big streamers for the most success.  We are booking heavy for the fall right now so make sure to shoot us a call soon.  


Random pig from local waters!


"Smallmouth on streamers all day long!"- Martin Lindeboom


Guide's Day Off!

Mad River Outfitters guides Pat Kelly and Donnie Knight got out yesterday over near Dayton and crushed the smallmouth. 



"Cooler weather and smallmouth are on fire! Several over 17" and 3 over 18"....had a blast with Donnie and his Dad as well."- Pat Kelly

If you aren't familiar with the fantastic smallmouth fishing in the Southwest portion of the state.....let us show you. Guide Donnie Knight is available for walk-in and float trips on a variety of waters in and around Dayton.

Click Here to learn more about our Ohio Smallmouth Guide Service featuring the talents of Pat Kelly, Donnie Knight, Josh McQueen and Ryan Ratliff.



With the lower clear water the carp fishing has been fantastic as well.  The Olentangy has been great for us around here and will continue into the fall as long as we do not get too much rain.  Having a carp box that is diverse in color, size, weight, and fly design will prepare you for any situation.  Look for feeding fish and pick a fly that fits the situation.  As the boat traffic slows the lakes will also start to become very successful.  Sight fishing for these fish is one of the most challenging, but rewarding adventures you can get into.  Stealthy well planned tactics will get you a shot.  So if you are wanting a challenge that requires accurate casting and perfect positioning give Andy a call at and he will teach you how it is done on his boat.  


Ohio Buffalo!



Columbus Carp!

"Found a good amount of carp feeding while Smallie fishing...switch spools, build out a leader, pull out the carp box and game on.  Finally caught my first ever Buffalo too!"- guide
Ryan Ratliff



Ponds and lakes are are also a great place to spend some time as the Largemouth and Panfish also start to prepare for winter.  Bass right now are on the move out of the deep summer water holding areas and into the shallower flats and weed edges.  Fishing swimming style flies on an Scientific Anglers Titan Clear tip will be our go to tactics.  AEP really fires back up this time of the year giving you the best chance for big bass on the fly.



"Have been crushing bass on big streamers and poppers."- Luke Tzagournis



Mad River



Tricos continue to be the main attraction for the morning fishing but we are also starting to see some evening activity picking up again as well.  

Matching the hatch with size 20-26 and 5-7x tippet will get your started.  This hatch is a first light and the spinners fall a few hours later situation.  After that its a midge game.  Griffiths Gnats or Splitsvilles will cover you for the midge dries with Zebra and Blood midges for the nymphs. 

Heading into the evenings you will want to have plenty of caddis for the White Miller Caddis hatch.  This will continue into fall so having plenty of Fat Head Moths, October Caddis, Elk Hare, Goddard and Stimulators are a must for the dries and be sure to hang a #14 green Soft Hackle behind.  

Nymphs will be the usual Nitro Caddis, Flashabou, Softhackles, Sunken Caddis, Zudbug, Prince, and the crossover Hare's Ear.  The Ephrons "White Fly" will start to come into play also. Here you will want some White Wulfs and pull your Light Cahills back out. 

Water is a little low and clear for consistent streamer fishing but you should always have them with you as described by our friend Bill Rice here:

"Went to the Mad river yesterday afternoon and found the river low and very clear as expected. I knew the fishing would be challenging and started with nymphs and soft hackle flies . The fish were not cooperating and I had tallied exactly 1-10” trout in 3 hours. As I worked my way downstream I switched to a white wooly bugger thinking that I could reach the slack water and bank areas better with a streamer.. Around 4:45 I cast near a submerged log in a shaded area with no more than 2’ of water and a 20” brown trout decided to eat a fake minnow. It was a good battle and I was thankful I had opted for 3x tippet rather than 4x at the start of my outing. This was the highlight of the day but I did see some action around 8:00 as the caddis flies became active ."- Bill Rice


Clearfork River


Clearfork Map

The Clear Fork is currently very low and clear.  Trout fishing has been very tough the past few weeks though.  The cooler night temps are helping the water temps, but these fish are currently very spooky.  Light long leaders and small flies will get the job done.  Take a look at the Mad River report for the rundown on hatches.  

Below Pleasant Hill dam has been the most productive.  This time of the year that fishery is mostly a Smallmouth bass and panfish area.  Most of the reports have been coming form people camping in the area and fishing the morning and evening.  Poppers, Ants, and Hoppers have been the best choice.  Fishing a small streamer at first light or in the evenings can be very productive especially as we head further into Fall.  


Clear Creek

Clear Creek Map


For as long as we can remember this is the first Summer that we have been able to fish this many days.  The creek is currently very low, but the water temps have stayed for the most part under 70 degrees.  At temps above 70 we try to keep pressure to a minimum.  Take a look at the Mad River Report for specific tactics.  The main focus into the fall will be small streamers, caddis dries, and caddis nymphs.

Make sure to stay until dark, just like the Mad, as this is when things really get going down there.
  




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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

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