Yuba River Fishing Starting To Get Better
<p>The Yuba has started to fish a little better the last week. We've been getting fish on stoneflies, caddis, pmd's, and bwo nymphs and stonefly, caddis, pmd, and chernobyl dries. The fish have been averaging 14 - 17 inches but we have caught fish up to 21 inches in the last couple weeks. I've been putting in at the hwy. 20 bridge and doing about a 6 mile float. Most weekdays we've had the river to ourselves.
Paul Thompson with a nice wild rainbow
About The Author: Captain Cary Jellison
Company: G&J Outdoor Enterprises
Area Reporting: Yuba, Feather and American rivers
Bio: Cary Jellison is a complete outdoorsman, having prowled the waters and outdoor terrain of Nevada and northern California since he was a child. Having grown up in the Auburn region, Cary is committed to the conservation and ethical use of the area\'s natural resources. After years of fly fishing, hunting, camping, rafting, and hiking, Cary started his own guide service, G & J Outdoor Enterprises, in 1995. With a desire to introduce young people to the outdoors and a willingness to tailor trips to meet a client\'s individual needs, Cary has quickly built a reputation as a reliable and knowledgeable guide.