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Strawberry Reservoir

Rating - Very_Good   

Friday, Oct 15 2021
The reservoir is at 73.3% full. Fishing is good overall, and good to great for boat and float tube anglers. The lake has turned over, water clarity is improving, and larger cutthroat trout are feeding closer to shore. Fishing mornings and evening for boat and float tube anglers, and evenings for shore anglers is seeing good results. White 2.5- to 3.5-inch tube jigs (rigged using a tube bait jig head or a nose rig) are working very well (fished with and without an additional stinger/trailer hook). White, olive, and purple/black wooly bugger and leech patterns (fished with and without a nymph trailer) are also working very well. Anglers are periodically catching or unintentionally snagging Kokanee Salmon. As a reminder, anglers may not possess Kokanee Salmon at any waterbody statewide from September 10 through November 30. For shore anglers, try fishing a white tube jig, marabou jig, or wooly bugger behind a casting bubble, or using a slip bobber rig - tying the bobber stop on your line 6 to 10-feet from the jig, casting out 30 to 40-feet from shore, and retrieving the line in short-slow spurts giving the jig more movement (making it more lively) as you reel. Metallic casting spoons, dressed inline spinners, minnow mimic stickbaits and crankbaits can also be effective. For boat anglers, try drift trolling tube jigs, wooly buggers or leech patterns, or try vertically jigging white tube jigs (scenting the tube jig or tipping it with a piece of nightcrawler can be effective). Trolling spoons such as the Zona Lures Z-Ray, Thomas Cyclone, Luhr Jensen Needlefish, Luhr Jensen Krocodile, Eppinger Red Eye Wiggler, Johnson Original Sprite, Mepps Syclops, or Acme K.O. Wobbler. Fishing the spoon behind a flasher or dodger (trailing the spoon 20 to 30-inches behind the flasher/dodger) can also be very effective. Be safe on the water, dress warm, and remember to wear a life jacket.




Friday, Oct 15 2021




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Strawberry Reservoir


Rating - Very_Good

The reservoir is at 73.3% full. Fishing is good overall, and good to great for boat and float tube anglers. The lake has turned over, water clarity is improving, and larger cutthroat trout are feeding closer to shore. Fishing mornings and evening for boat and float tube anglers, and evenings for shore anglers is seeing good results. White 2.5- to 3.5-inch tube jigs (rigged using a tube bait jig head or a nose rig) are working very well (fished with and without an additional stinger/trailer hook). White, olive, and purple/black wooly bugger and leech patterns (fished with and without a nymph trailer) are also working very well. Anglers are periodically catching or unintentionally snagging Kokanee Salmon. As a reminder, anglers may not possess Kokanee Salmon at any waterbody statewide from September 10 through November 30. For shore anglers, try fishing a white tube jig, marabou jig, or wooly bugger behind a casting bubble, or using a slip bobber rig - tying the bobber stop on your line 6 to 10-feet from the jig, casting out 30 to 40-feet from shore, and retrieving the line in short-slow spurts giving the jig more movement (making it more lively) as you reel. Metallic casting spoons, dressed inline spinners, minnow mimic stickbaits and crankbaits can also be effective. For boat anglers, try drift trolling tube jigs, wooly buggers or leech patterns, or try vertically jigging white tube jigs (scenting the tube jig or tipping it with a piece of nightcrawler can be effective). Trolling spoons such as the Zona Lures Z-Ray, Thomas Cyclone, Luhr Jensen Needlefish, Luhr Jensen Krocodile, Eppinger Red Eye Wiggler, Johnson Original Sprite, Mepps Syclops, or Acme K.O. Wobbler. Fishing the spoon behind a flasher or dodger (trailing the spoon 20 to 30-inches behind the flasher/dodger) can also be very effective. Be safe on the water, dress warm, and remember to wear a life jacket.


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