Saugeen River, ON Tributary Update.

Posted on December 2nd, 2009

gabor_horvat_graphic[singlepic id=717 w=320 h=240 float=]Gabor Horvat reports.  Lately my fishing has had ups and downs. The rain has contributed to good conditions in southern Ontario tributaries and good results from many of the river mouths where there are still good numbers of late fall migratory rainbow trout. I did not have my camera with me all the time, so I only have a shot of one fish from the Saugeen River. A slow drift presentation with a sensitive float was producing good results. Sometimes I had to change different my presentation by altering the colors and size of my spawn sacks, and even switching to trout worms.  The water level and turbidity really makes a difference in trying to make steelhead strike. Smaller spawn sacks in clear water, bigger, brighter spawn sacks  in the murky water.

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