Fishing Report

2020 Winter Fishing Report

The pic below speaks for itself but keep reading if you want the details!

Fishing this season has been hit or miss, with the hits following a good day’s rain.

It took nearly an extra month to see steelhead activity in the upper river due to delayed precipitation. We’ve seen about two week’s worth of rainy days this season, and as of the time of writing (February) we finally have excellent upper river steelhead presence.

Fishing pressure has been light to moderate, giving dedicated anglers free reign to cover a lot of river. Guides have been having better and better days as the season has progressed due to increasing rainfall.

As always the bottom line is come on up, enjoy the tranquility of the river, and see if you can find that new PB steelie!

Updates on day-to-day river conditions & our anglers reports can be found on our Instagram and Facebook pages.

We release a longer email version of our reports every quarter, which you can sign up for here.

You can also visit Confluence Outfitters or the The Fly Shop for regular fishing reports and tackle recommendations directly from the experts on the Trinity River.

Ben for Indian Creek Lodge