Archive for the ‘Stillwater Angling’ Category

Semi-Selectivity

Opportunistic feed is when fish literally eat whatever the opportunity provides. This is often the situation during periods between hatches. Selective feeding occurs whenever there is a super-abundance of one food type—such as occurs during a hatch. Then there is Semi-Selectivity. This is a type of opportunistic feeding during which fish feed preferentially on organisms […]

Goodwin Lake Report 91112

I just had a nice note from Steve Rudzinski about the fishing in Goodwin Lake in central California. local guide Bill Ferrero, recently took a 30 inch beast from the lake. Steve subsequently caught a very large rainbow that is certainly in the 30 inch range, but he was not able to get accurate measurements […]