Hard to believe that I have been so consumed by school this semester that I haven't updated this blog since September. My fishing and guiding time has come to a screeching halt as my whole focus has been on school and college football.
Fishing update...the weather here in the Sierra has taken a turn towards winter and with it the fishing has slowed on the local lakes. Davis and Frenchman's are still producing but water temps are falling quickly and I wouldn't be surprised to see ice on them in the near future. The Truckee has been very good this fall and a fellow guide landed a 30" brown last week over that way. Pyramid has been excellent as of late from a tube. A friend who lives there has had numerous 30+ fish days this fall and he caught a 12# hen last week on a midnight cowboy.
For you steelheaders the Trinity has been fishing lately with fish being caught both nymphing and swinging. I hope to get up there soon, but it may not happen this year as school nears the end of the semester and my projects and classes take all of my attention.
On the football front my Trojans have been better than I expected with a record of 7-2 crushing Notre Dame and losing to Stanford in triple overtime. It has been an exiting season to say the least!
Finally, my trusty Tacoma threw the front bearings last night and I am now without wheels for a few days. Sucky to say the least...
Enjoy the fishing options that are available and with any luck I'll see you on the water!