Made another smallmouth trip out to the Baron Fork Creek on Saturday morning. This time the flows were much easier to fish (although still high) around 400 CFS. I knew it was gonna be a good day when 3 out of my first 4 casts caught fish. Between my dad and myself we ended up with around 40 smallmouth, 3 big bluegills, and 1 baby largemouth. All of my fish came on either an autumn bugger or standard olive woolly bugger. Fish were hammering these flies and I finally figured out how to catch a fish swinging a streamer. Nothing too big caught on the day but all in all a lot of fun. We fished from the Proctor access upstream for about a mile and a half. From what I hear, the bigger smallmouth are downstream closer to the confluence with the Illinois river. Here are a couple pics of the two largest fish.