Well folks, better late than never. A flood level rain event has finally fallen on the drought stricken Erie tributaries. Fresh runs have occurred and many of the older fish have been redistributed, or have dropped out altogether. Fishing has hit the reset button, just in time for cooler temperatures and winter weather. This is what we have all waited for during what will be remembered as the warmest and driest fall to date.
In our previous article, we discussed how to approach the problem of a dry fall from a geographical approach. Often, the best tactic to overcome low water conditions is to simply target a bigger river. This is not always practical, or even possible. When forced to deal with the challenge that extreme low and clear water presents, the angler must adjust.