Archive for the ‘Stillwater Angling’ Category


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 […]