5/25/14: After trying to go to Robinson on the Elkhorn (every parking spot taken), I headed over to Scott County Park. I caught three decent bluegill in an hour, then stopped at Oser in Georgetown, also packed. I caught two small sunfish there. No great stories; LOTS of folks fishing this weekend. Tell us your fishing stories from the weekend in the comments section!
5/4/14: I scoped out a couple of spots on the main stem of the Elkhorn in Franklin County. Read about it on the new T. N. Sullivan WMA page.
4/26/14: Spent a couple of hours on the Elkhorn, launching from Great Crossings. I caught a couple of sunfish, nothing exciting. I did nearly run face-first unto this guy:
I was drifting along, fishing next to a fallen tree, and just happened to look up to see this bad boy at eye-level, about three feet in front of me. Just a little reminder to pay attention; I can’t count the number of times I’m drifting along, and just run into overhanging branches. Luckily, I didn’t kiss this one on the lips…
4/13/14: I checked out Dix River VPA on the Lake Herrington headwaters in Boyle County today. I didn’t find the white bass run. but I did find some other fishing action and a beautiful location. Read about it in the new Dix River VPA page!
4/12/14: It sure is a beautiful weekend. I’m going to try to get out–let us know where you are fishing, and what is biting!
3/15/14: I fished the Salt River in the Taylorsville Lake WMA this afternoon. I had read that the white bass were making their spring run, so I thought I’d check it out. I didn’t see (or catch) any fish at all, but the location is intriguing, and not too far away. I put together a Salt River page to explain…
3/8/14: It is a little premature, but I’m tired of winter. Welcome Spring!
I went to Scott County Park to try for trout, stocked last week (1000 in each lake there). I couldn’t get the trout to bite, but I did catch one bluegill. Anyway, it was nice to get out.