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Friday, June 24, 2022
 
By Dave Graybill
 
I had planned to fish Rufus Woods on Saturday morning last week but changed my mind. I just didn’t want to drive all the way up there early enough to get a good spot, and then spend only a half hour or so to get my limit. The fishing is excellent, and it takes no time at all to get your fish, but there is hardly any shoreline to fish from here right now. I opted to give Spring Canyon a try. It’s just a couple of miles from town, and I have done well from shore here. The rainbow average 16 inches and are of excellent quality. I walked down the beach below the swimming area to one of my favorite spots and made a cast with some Power Bait. I got a bite almost immediately and had a nice 19- to 20-inch rainbow on my stringer in about 15 minutes. Boy, I thought, I’ll have my limit pretty soon. Not. I fished for two hours and only got one more nibble. I stopped at Northrup to clean my fish on my way home. I talked to an angler here that had limited on walleye on Banks that morning. I better get up there!
 
I think trout fishing at Spring Canyon will be great when the reservoir is at full pool.