all i know is that it’s supposed to connect to the pawcatuck river via something called ”chapman tributary” and it’s somewhere in south county. these may be local names for these waters becuase i cannot seem to be able to google them up or find them on any maps.
I know deeper waters and slower retrieve…but its still tempting to use my old standby a light colored jitterbug. Is it pointless to use a top floating jig in the winter? I fished a rattletrap and jig & pig at Ronkonkoma for six hours yesterday with nary a bite. Has anyone fished the Northwestern side(opposite of the falls) of Southard’s with any success? Whats the best overall advice for today’s trip? Thanks!!!
Destination: Amelia Island
Dr. Richard Haimes and I were enjoying an afternoon of fly fishing on the backwaters of Amelia Island, where a hard north wind had limited our fly fishing success. During a beautiful Amelia Island sunset, the wind laid down, allowing small redfish fly’s to reach their targeted redfish waters.