I just had to get out Tuesday and try some of my new flies I got from J & M the other day. I recently did a post on how impressed I was with the detail work on these flies. When you are fishing this time of year one can expect extreme weather from one end of the spectrum to the other. Tuesday was no different, warm in low 70’s with the rest of this week in the low 60’s. In fact a couple of nights this week are below freezing. I was fishing a small lake about 20 minutes from our house. The water temperature was 62, and most all the fish was 6 to 8ft. deep. I was using the Road Kills in three different colors red, orange and white. I caught fish on all three colors but the winner turned out to be the white. These flies have a slow sink rate and most of the hits came as I moved it slowly back to the boat. I did try other flies but the Road Kill produced the most hits. I think the detail on these flies is the reason it gets the attention of the bluegills and bass. If this fly produces now just think what I can do with it in the spring and summer.
eyes when I taking some the of pictures. Also the sun
was shining on the screen of the camera at times.
Even the bass got in on the action. A lot of fun on