The constant temperature and rich oxygen content of spring water attracts fish in both cold and warm
weather times. As a result underwater springs provide prime fishing. In addition, underwater springs can draw exceptionally large numbers of fish. Springs in conjunction with submerged weed beds are especially productive.
Henrys Lake’s underwater springs are well known fish producers. They are concealed in areas of submerged weed beds. When the weather is hot locate an underwater spring and the fish will consistently be there. The difficulty is locating an underwater spring hidden in the midst of such a large expanse of water. Once found, map its location by triangulation or record it on a GPS. The ability to easily return to underwater springs simplifies fishing. A thermister on a remote cord is a must in probing a springs’ exact location. Fish mill about in incredible numbers in these areas; moreover their numbers simplify fishing because their greed instincts strike up competition for your offering. A variety of flies such as leeches, dragonfly, damselfly, scuds or a bait fish imitation can be fruitful. Even after spooking the school, resting the area is all that’s needed for them to return
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