From Fly Fishing Evolution Will this ever end??

» Posted by on Sep 29, 2011 in Fly Fishing Evolution | 0 comments

This rain is unreal every day. I saw on the news today that it’s an all time record in the northeast for the months of August and September, almost 30 inches in some cities. It’s really cutting down on the fly fishing spots. Even the limestones creeks in eastern Pennsylvania are super high. The only game in town was the Pequest River and only 10 feet of it was fishable. I caught a bunch of hatcher rainbows and called it a day when the thunderstorms got fired up. The Pequest is 1,600 cfs. Thats HUGE! There was water everywhere!

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