Roaring River

Tim’s Roaring River fishing report, November 25

Posted by Phil Lilley on November 26th, 2013
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by Tim Homesley, Tims’ Fly Shop.  Had another good day at the park. Lots of nice 3-6 pound trout in the water with enough 8 and 9 pound trout to make it interesting. I caught  several nice fish today–caught a lot of them on glo-balls, san juan worms, woolybuggers, and even a few on small pheasant tails. Not a bad day.

The wind didn’t start blowing till this afternoon so it was actually quite  pleasant early. I did talk to the hatchery today. Going to be another stocking of 350 the first week in December. Also there is going to be a stocking of lunkers at Capps Creek and Hickory Creek here in the next couple of week–mostly 3-6 pound rainbows. And there will be 3 more stockings over the next few months at Capps and only 2 more at Hickory.

So when you don’t have time to drive to Branson and it is in the middle of the week and you can’t fish the park, go fish Capps Creek or Hickory Creek. They are usually pretty quite, especially in the middle of the week.

Still lots of eagles in the park, and they have been down low all week. Water is still normal and clear, the MDC is doing some digging in our C&R area, they are supposed to be placing some large piles of rocks here and there to provide some more cover, it should help.


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