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Date 16-Nov-14
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Conditions : James River: Lynchburg: Angler's Lane, (434) 385-0200, www.anglerslane.com. Contributed by Tom Reisdorf. Fishing on the small mountain trout streams for brook trout has been quite good lately in spite of low water levels. The brookies are in their annual spawn now so be careful when wading not to disturb their beds. Water clarity is very clear with falling water temperatures. Caddis dry flies and attractor dries in size 14 have been working quite well as well as prince nymphs, pheasant tail nymphs and small copper John nymphs. Fishing on the Jackson River for browns and rainbows has also been good as of late. Although the water flows have been quite low the fish have still been biting. Pheasant tail nymphs, green monster nymphs and green hornet nymphs have all been productive. Smallmouth bass are moving into the deeper water and slowing down some on the James River.

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