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I haven't made it out to many club meetings the last couple of years. Been too busy and my Spanish classes conflicted this year.


I fished the Freeman yesterday. The water was about 2 feet lower that I have ever seen it for late summer or early fall. It was a nice day (except for the wind) but the fish were hard to come by. I caught some small ones but overall my usual good spots just didn't produce. I think the fish were present but they were often just rolling at the fly rather than striking it.


When the water is lower and warmer than usual this time of year, where do people think the fish go in the Freeman? Do they start to migrate downstream or are they still around but not as active as usual due to the warmer and lower water?


It's been a slow summer for fishing. I tried fishing in the Nordegg area about a week ago but when I got there it was 7 degrees and raining. I caught one small bull on a dry but didn't fish too much. I made one trip to the North Ram earlier in the summer. Fishing was good.

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