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The trout fishing here is usually pretty good so it’s great for kids/family, rookie fishermen, or even experienced fishermen who have been in a rut. Joes Flies 1/4 oz Super Elite Strikers work amazing(brown colors specifically), as well as powerbait(garlic and bright colors), and night crawlers. Hope this helps someone out.
Mason reservoir and McReynolds reservoir are right next to each other. You do have to sign up online to be able to gain access, which cost 20 bucks. But it is well worth it because it is not crowded with a lot of people, and it is a beautiful location with great sized fish.
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