Fishing Update

by Blue Damsel Manager on June 27, 2008

The water flow graphs have finally made a move for the bottom of the page. All the streams in the area are dropping and clearing, and with loads of big stoneflies, drakes, and PMD’s flying around, the fish and the fishing are looking up. 

Yesterday, four guides took eight Blue Damsel guests to fish the upper stretches of the Blackfoot. Three days ago, those same stretches yielded a total of 5 trout in roughly twenty-eight fishing hours. Yesterday, however, marked the beginning of the end of our muddy water season. All guides and guests (so you know it’s true!), reported good numbers of eats and some big fish brought to the net. Cutthroats and a few nice rainbow were craving the San Juan worm, and everyone enjoyed a day of bent rods and willing trout.
In other lodge news, yesterday marked the opening day of The Links at Bat-Elk Canyon, the first ever frisbee-golf course at the Blue Damsel Lodge. It is a 9-hole gem, designed with the graceful starkness of St. Andrews and Prestwick. The first ever Guest-Staff match is scheduled for Sunday. Stay tuned for results.  

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