Back at work at Three-Word Thursday, where Fish Hack is living the axiom about the weather.
Write a piece for Friday saying its dry, and it rains Thursday.
As I quite the great Mike Tyson from an earlier Three-Word Thursday…”Courf.”
Courf. Bonafide. Lame.
Missed the Courf reference? Check out Iron Mike HERE.
February has been brutally dry here in the Rogue Valley, and that has put a damper on a winter steelhead season on the Rogue River that started hot and heavy. Some of the best early February fishing on the upper Rogue has all but dried out as low and cold water has slowed steelhead migration to less than a crawl.
Twenty-five bonafide winter steelhead have reached Cole Rivers Hatchery so far.
That’s why smart anglers are finding their way to the Galice area, where February fishing is always good during spates of no rain.
Check it out a full story on the topic in Friday’s Oregon Outdoors either on your doorstep or on your computer screen.