a special time of the year. we understand that though we may not reach the same numbers of fish as seen during the summer months, quality fish and solitude awaits us. crowds drop, access is limited, and temperatures drop to one digit. large rainbows and browns make their routine migration from large bodies of water into small holding spots upstream. with every drift we second guess our position on the river and are reminded that it may be true that 90% of the fish are holding in 5% of the water.